ELEANOR AND THE EAGLE BOOK.
An illustrated story by Harriet Russell about a girl called Eleanor who flies away on the wings of a beautiful eagle friend to Merano for a change of scenery. The book is part of the larger 'Primavera Meranese' project, a multi-faceted festival and one of the many initiatives focused on the dialogue between art and nature in order to discover - or rediscover - Merano in a new and exciting way. Harriet Russell reinterprets the city's extraordinary landscape and heritage in an illustrated story. The project draws inspiration from the Opla collection, the archive of artists' books for children at the Biblioteca Civile in Merano, and it is the first of a series of books to be known as 'Primavera Meranese'.