The Missing Barbegazi

Inspiration for my debut middle grade novel, The Missing Barbegazi.
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the missing barbeggai by j s norupp book cover and back
the missing barbeque book tour banner with an image of a person on skis
The Missing Barbegazi Book Trailer
(185) The Missing Barbegazi Book Trailer - YouTube
a pair of red and white ski gloves on top of eachother's fingers
Hestra Heli 3-Finger Glove - Women's - Accessories
Hestra Heli 3-Finger Glove
an open book with drawings of cats and dogs in front of a clock on the wall
Dave Liew's barbegazi sketches
the mountains are covered in snow and green grass, with houses nestled on top of them
Kapall and Schöngraben from Alpen Rosen Weg (Rendl)
the mountains are covered in snow and brown grass
Schöngraben and Kapall from Alpen Rosen Weg (Rendl)
the full moon is shining brightly over some snowy mountains
Moon before it reaches Eisenspitze.
there are many snow covered mountains on this sunny day with blue skies and clouds in the background
the big dipper and north star are shown in this graphic
Tell Time With the Stars?
Midnight: When Ursa Major is above Polaris
an ice covered waterfall is shown in the wintertime with snow and icicles on it
This frozen waterfall near Turnagain Arm, Alaska looks like something straight out of Narnia. It may not be very large in size, but it's
This frozen waterfall near Turnagain Arm, Alaska looks like something straight out of Narnia. It may not be very large in size, but it's certainly one of the most magical places.
a painting of a woman in a blue dress sitting on a gold and red chair
Marie Antoinette's Playhouse: Photo
Maria Theresa of Austria (1717-1780), daughter of Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor & Elizabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel. Maria Theresa was an Archduchess of Austria & later Queen of Hungary & Bohemia (1740-1780) in her own right & Holy Roman Empress (1745-1765) as wife of Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor.
a drawing of people walking around in a park
F. Knipp: The Menagerie of rare animals at Schönbrunn, etching, 18th century