Today, I am very pleased to introduce you to a local Nashville Science Fiction Author, Leonardo Ramirez. He is releasing a new Science Fiction Children’s Book– The Jupiter Chronicles: The Secret of the Great Red Spot. This is actually Book One of a the new children’s book series of Steampunk for kids. This science fiction children’s book chapter series is most suited for children in grades 2 and up.
The Jupiter Chronicles Book Series: Steampunk For Kids
What are The Jupiter Chronicles About?
Ian and Callie Castillo have had to suffer the hardships of a single parent family since their father went missing five years ago. Since then Ian has refused to use the last gift that his father left the wounded boy; a telescope that sits collecting dust in the attic. When Callie decides to peer through its murky lens, it activates the device and sends the Castillos to the steam-powered floating cities of Jupiter to rescue their father and save the Jovians before the Martians launch their attack. The answer to their freedom lies within the Great Spot and it’s up to Ian and Callie to uncover its secret!
Every book Leonardo Ramirez writes has a purpose-
“In Jupiter Chronicles, [the purpose is] to help identify with kids who have grown up without a dad like I did. That’s reality meeting the written word in an effort to learn something about ourselves and how we deal with life.”
The Jupiter Chronicles: The Secret of the Great Red Spot Reviews:
“Ramirez expertly captures the banter of two siblings as they struggle to save Jupiter from the evil emperor. In this fast-paced steampunk adventure, he touches on the grief children experience over an absent parent and their feelings of helplessness. Ian and Callie find strength within themselves to overcome their fears and their differences to fight the real enemy.” ~Ann Wilkes – Science Fiction and Other Oddyseys
“Mr. Ramirez demonstrates he has truly found his talent and voice with this incredibly well-crafted book. This is the kind of book that gets the imagination moving at any age, making it perfect for children.” –Catrina Taylor, Xarrok Recommends
You can find it on amazon (Affiliate link.)
Visit Leonardoverse to learn more about the Nashville author or the stumpunk children’s book series. You can also tweet the author @leonardoverse. Do you think your kids would be interested in this book series of steampunk for kids?