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Rust. Visitor in the field —Lepp, Royden, 1980-
Graphic Novel
Availability: 10 of 14

"Young Roman Taylor struggles to keep his family's small farm afloat as the countryside heals from a devastating world war. And when a boy with a jetpack, Jet Jones, suddenly crash lands into their barn, Roman believes t...

Royden Lepp's Rust. Volume 4, Soul in the machine —Lepp, Royden, 1980- author, illustrator.
Graphic Novel
Availability: 1 of 3

As an unprecedented robot force closes in on the Taylor farm, Jet Jones must embrace his true identity if he's to defend the family he loves. His years of running have led to this, an epic final battle where Jet will fac...

Rust. Volume 2, Secrets of the cell —Lepp, Royden, 1980- author, illustrator.
Graphic Novel
Availability: 2 of 3

After a second robot attack on the Taylor farm leaves the family picking up the pieces once again, Roman's younger brother Oswald becomes increasingly suspicious of Jet Jones's connection with the flesh and blood family ...

Rust. Volume 3, Death of the rocket boy —Lepp, Royden, 1980- author, illustrator.

Rocket boy, Jet Jones, must choose between protecting the Taylors and being part of the family he's always wanted. Rocket Boy, Jet Jones, goes out of his way to prove himself to the Taylor family who have taken him in, b...

Rust. The boy soldier —Lepp, Royden, 1980- author, illustrator.
Graphic Novel
Availability: 4 of 6

Made to look like a boy but built for battle, Jet Jones is a robot caught in the middle of an ongoing war. While trying to save as many people as he can, Jet discovers there is more to who he is and what he was made for ...

Barnabas helps a friend —Lepp, Royden, 1980-

When a big storm destroys Mr. Beaver's home, Barnabas Bear and his friends work together and repair the damage.

Happy birthday, Barnabas —Lepp, Royden, 1980-

Barnabas Bear thanks Jesus when his friends in Brookdale Wood throw him a surprise birthday party.

God loves you, Barnabas —Lepp, Royden, 1980-

Barnabas Bear learns that God loves people not because of what they can do, but because of what is inside of them.

Barnabas goes swimming —Lepp, Royden, 1980-

Barnabas Bear feels blessed when all his friends join him to go swimming.