Adventures of Brüna (adventure trail)
An important part of the adventure playground is an adventure trail through the enchanted forest. Children have the opportunity to follow the story of Brüna the squirrel.
One morning, the animal discovers that its winter supplies have been stolen and goes in search of the robber. On the way he meets other animals and also some mythical creatures such as a telephone ear and makes a surprising discovery at the end. This fabulous story is available as a 40-page, color illustrated children's book (CHF 12.50 excl. shipping costs), which can be ordered directly via the online store at www.landschaftspark-binntal.ch.
Illustrator Pauline Rey - Artist
Pauline Rey was born in British Columbia, Canada, in 1949. Her passion for colors and shapes has accompanied her since childhood. The diverse experiences she has gathered on numerous journeys through different countries and cultures are clearly reflected in her art.
She has lived in Switzerland since the early 90's. Her illustrations in various children's books are internationally known and have been published under different titles in countries such as Japan, India, Canada and Switzerland. Her works include the series "Panchatantra" in Japan, "Pierre et le Loop à la Cabane à Sucre" in Canada and in Switzerland "Brüna the Squirrel in the Enchanted Forest" and the series "The Cunning Fox".
For the past two years, Ms. Rey has been curator and head of artistic design at the "events-kultur-garten" in Guttet. Her last project under her direction was the 4-month exhibition "Inspiration Hundertwasser" in the village of Feschel, which gave the picturesque village a colorful and creative atmosphere.
Author Andreas Weissen
Andreas Weissen, born in Brig in Valais in 1957, set up the office of the Swiss Parks Network in Bern between 2009 and 2013. Prior to this, he worked for WWF Switzerland and was a founding member and long-standing president of the Alpine Initiative. He chaired the International Commission for the Protection of the Alps (CIPRA) from 1995 to 2004. Andreas Weissen regularly appears as a storyteller and organizes the annual BergBuchBrig multimedia festival and the Binner cultural evenings.