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Top 8 Free Children’s Steampunk Novels

We have gone out and scoured the world for free steampunk children’s novels. Here are the top 8! Be sure to check out each one. Some are YA, some are for younger. Check ’em out! And if you’re looking for books more teen/YA, then check out our list of Top 7 Free Teenage & Young Adult Novels..

Hall of Heroes

Check out these twenty-seven thrilling tales from multiple authors!

Whether they are unwitting, plucky, or just plain epic, heroes capture the imagination and rescue us from everyday life. With stories set in fantastic, magical realms, gritty urban landscapes, and fairytale kingdoms, our heroes stand fast as defenders of good. Struggling against evil governments, wicked demi-gods, wrathful nature, supernatural con-men, and their own insecurities, each must find the strength to triumph and the will to persevere. 

In the second anthology from the Fellowship of Fantasy, twenty-three authors explore the theme of heroes, covering genres ranging from steampunk and fairytale to urban and Arthurian. These are the heroes you’ve been waiting for. 

Enjoy Heroes: A Fellowship of Fantasy Anthology and join the adventures!

Perpetual Winter

The last hive has fallen.
Only one queen remains.
Should the world trust its fate to an angry sixteen year old?

They told her the hive wasn’t real. They said she shouldn’t let her imagination run wild. They told her it was time to grow up and stop day dreaming.

Estefania’s privileged childhood is finished. It ended with the arrival of the Forlornn battleship which brought danger with it on the next high tide. The natural world is in turmoil and an unexpected winter begins without warning. The bees are disappearing and the City of Men doesn’t care.

But Estefania knows the hive she visits is real and so are the bees. She knows because she’s the last queen.

The Tinkerer’s Daughter

The Amazon best-selling steampunk novel is now a free kindle book! This is Book One of Sedgwick’s best-selling young adult steampunk trilogy, and the first of eight titles set in his eclectic post-apocalyptic world of magic and steam.

“The Tinkerer’s Daughter” follows the adventures of a young elven girl in a time of war, surrounded by ancient forgotten technologies and magic.

Breeze is left in the care of a strange old Tinkerer, where she soon learns that the world is not as simple -or as safe- as anyone would like it to be. With a little help from the Tinkerman and his amazing discoveries, Breeze just might be able to change her world for the better.

Unfortunately, peace is never easy and war always looms just over the horizon.

Passage Out

Oliver Twist meets Firefly in this short story from USA Today bestselling author Anthea Sharp.

Steampunk and Space Opera combine in a charming tale that inspired the full novel STAR COMPASS, where Victorian sensibilities rule supreme and the British Galactic Empire spans the stars…

Into Aether

Her dad’s dead, her mom’s missing, and Theo is in danger.

Colorado girl Theodora (Theo) will do anything to find her missing mom, including travel into the hidden and mysterious Victorian subculture of Aether. She takes a ride with airship pirates to a floating island full of strange automatons and even stranger people.

After a century-old feud reignites, she uncovers the alarming truth about her family’s past. Finding her mother is more important than ever.

The Edge of Forever

In 2013, sixteen-year-old Alora is having blackouts. Each time she wakes up in a different place with no idea how she got there. The one thing she is certain of? Someone is following her.

In 2146, seventeen-year-old Bridger is one of a small number of people born with the ability to travel to the past. While on a routine school time trip, he sees the last person he expected—his dead father. The strangest part is that, according to the Department of Temporal Affairs, his father was never assigned to be in that time. Bridger’s even more stunned when he learns that his by-the-book father was there to break the most important rule of time travel—to prevent someone’s murder.

And that someone is named Alora.

Determined to discover why his father wanted to help a “ghost,” Bridger illegally shifts to 2013 and, along with Alora, races to solve the mystery surrounding her past and her connection to his father before the DTA finds him. If he can stop Alora’s death without altering the timeline, maybe he can save his father too.

Rose Eagle

In the Black Hills of South Dakota, seventeen-year-old Rose Eagle of the Lakota tribe is trying to find her place in a post-apocalyptic world.

Before the Silver Cloud, the Lakota were forced to work in the Deeps, mining for ore so that the Ones, the overlords, could continue their wars. But when the Cloud came and enveloped Earth, all electronics were shut off. Some miners were trapped in the deepest Deeps and suffocated, but the Lakota were warned to escape, and the upper Deeps became a place of refuge for them in a post-Cloud world.

In the midst of this chaos, Rose Eagle’s aunt has a dream: Rose will become a medicine woman, a healer. She sends Rose into the Black Hills on a quest to find healing for their people.

Gangly and soft-spoken, Rose is no warrior. She seeks medicine, not danger. Nevertheless, danger finds her, but love and healing soon follow. When Rose Eagle completes her quest, she may return with more than she ever thought she was looking for.

Octopus Pirate

Octopus Pirate is a time-travelling steampunk tale set in the Victorian period. It’s the story of a foundling who discovers he has unusual talents, such as camouflage, squishing into small spaces and the ability to communicate with octopuses!As a baby, the hero of this book is washed up on an island off the Scottish mainland. An eccentric former nun called Mary, who lives there alone with her cats, brings him up and names him after her favorite character, Pinocchio. Later she changes this to Coco for convenience.

The teenage Coco joins a circus where he makes friends with Eric, an electronic magician who has an act where he makes a robot teleport across the tent.

Coco, narrowly escaping plots against him, flees to Cornwall with Eric.

Here they raise funds to build a replica pirate ship, which is also an airship so they can travel back in time to fight real pirates.

We hope you enjoyed this list of free children’s steampunk novels.

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