We were so happy to see Chime Travelers included in the recommendations for summer reading in this article at Denver Catholic. Of our books, Tamara Conley, research librarian at St. John Vianney Theological seminary, Cardinal Stafford Library said:
The Chime Traveler books are based on a group of friends who clean a chapel together. When a bell rings in the chapel, they are transported to the time of different
saints. Conley said this story outline allows the books to teach life lessons without becoming dull.
“These books are so much fun. They’re great,” she said. “The child in the story learns about the saint, but it doesn’t become too preachy.”
She said the books are great for young readers ready to make the switch to chapter books.
“It’s a big deal for a little kid to move from a picture book to a chapter book. It’s a good starting chapter book for a 7 or 8 year old, if they’re a good reader,” she said.