Top 5 Children’s Steampunk Books
If you’re looking for good books for yourself, no doubt, you’re ALSO seeking good reading for your kids. We’ve collected a stack of children’s steampunk novels you AND your kids can enjoy.
Cyrus LongBones and the Curse of the Sea Zombie
He longs to escape his home…
…and see the world.
What lies beyond the forbidden wall?
Cyrus is teased and hated. The villagers are cruel. If he is going to find peace and happiness, he’ll need to do the unthinkable. Is the land past the wall truly haunted?
They’re called Sea Zombies…
…with powers nobody understands.
More threats await.
He will need a friend to survive, but that may not be enough. When he finally learns what is truly going on, it may be too late. Will Cyrus risk all to save his village or abandon all hope to save himself?
The world died, only to be reborn in war. It was the way of things, but change comes with the wind…
Flanked by Bollwerk’s forces, Jacob and his friends march to the front lines of Dauschen, their sister city. There they find the armies of Fel cutting off the path to Ancora, and slaughtering any sympathizers.
Jacob learned how deadly the desert could be, yet even that pales under the cloud of the coming battle. While Jacob journeys to Dauschen, Alice stays behind to focus on her training. They defeated one Deadlands warlord, but she knows they have to be ready for what’s coming.
Forged in the Deadlands crucible, and armed with the knowledge of their true enemy, Jacob, Alice, and their allies bring the fight back to Ancora. Blood will be spilled. Lives will be lost. In the darkest hour, vengeance will light their path to a new era of hope.
Annabel Pickering and the Sky Pirates: The Fantastical Contraption
What is the Fantastical Contraption? What secrets does it hold inside? And what about it convinced the Queen to abduct Annabel Pickering’s parents?
Thirteen-year-old Annabel Pickering loves her ordinary life riding her pony, reading novels, and riding the trains and flying machines high above the city.
And she ALWAYS crosses the street before she gets to the weird old house where the crazy spinster and her niece live. All she has to worry about are the school bullies until she witnesses her parents being abducted from their home.
To save them, she will fly with pirates, get into a deadly sky battle with the Queen’s armies, and brave a prison escape…all with the help of the most unlikely allies.
Steampunk pirates meet Harry Potter in a middle grade fantasy adventure set in Victorian England.
The Expeditioners and the Treasure of Drowned Man’s Canyon
Famed Explorer of the Realm Alexander West is presumed dead in the Fazian rainforest when a mysterious man with a clockwork hand leads Alexander’s son Kit to half of a strange map.
Soon Kit, his brother Zander, and his sister M.K. are on their way to a remote canyon in the Arizona desert, pursued by government agents and on the trail of a fabled treasure in gold.
As danger of all kinds closes in on them, The Expeditioners must use all of their smarts and talents to follow their father’s map, no matter where it leads them.
City of Ember
The city of Ember was built as a last refuge for the human race. Two hundred years later, the great lamps that light the city are beginning to flicker.
When Lina finds part of an ancient message, she’s sure it holds a secret that will save the city.
She and her friend Doon must race to figure out the clues before the lights go out on Ember forever!
This story has action, excitement, and a complete world. Yet it isn’t too much for kids.
We hope you enjoy these children’s steampunk novels.