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Bear and the Chipmunk's Stripes Paperback – Large Print, October 7, 2012
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"Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress"
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About the Author
Richard Lewis hails from Lancaster California. As a child his family went on numerous camping trips across the United States in their VW Camper. Initially Richard studied journalism at Syracuse University. He would go on to pursue Multi-Media Design at the Art Institute and later received an MFA in Graphic Design from Digital Media Arts College. Richard has been a professional musician part time all of his life. His first instrument was the violin, but he soon found the guitar and later electronic instruments. He has been programming music and graphics for the computer since he was 10 years old. As a member of the band Voyager One, Richard had the opportunity to perform across the West Coast. Currently he scores music and produces music videos in addition to being the author, animator, composer, and programmer for Bear Legend. While living in a small cabin in the remote Okanogan region of North Eastern Washington, Richard discovered a personal relationship with the animals that visited each season. It was here, while working for the Colville Confederated Tribes, that Richard began learning the local legends behind the animals of the region and the foundation for Bear