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Welcome to Bikini Bottom - an underwater city in the South Pacific, where you're guaranteed an ocean view - and home to "Spongebob Squarepants!" Spongebob lives in his fully-furnished pineapple with pet snail Gary. His next door neighbour, Patrick Star, may be the dimmest creature in the entire ocean. And his friend, the air-suit-wearing Sandy Cheeks, is a squirrel with a taste for danger! Can Spongebob keep life and limb together, and become The Krusty Krab's employee of the month? Find out in this hilarious new collection! Also featuring Squidward, Plankton and the whole cast of the smash-hit Nickelodeon animated series, "Spongebob Squarepants" is a must for the child in all of us!

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Miriam Edwards comes from a long line of dressmakers and tailors. Her mother taught her to make clothes for her dolls and then for herself, and alter she did the same for her own children. Miriam discovered patchwork when she went to the National Parchwork Championships with friends in 1992. She was enthralled by what she saw and came home weighed down with

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