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|Stop the Presses!|
|Publish Date:|| October 1, 2005 (Original)|
January 11, 2013 (Kindle version)
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Stop the Presses! is a SpongeBob SquarePants book. The episode "The Krabby Kronicle" is based on this book, as the book was originally released before the episode even aired on TV. It was reprinted on Kindle on January 11, 2013.
One morning, SpongeBob decides to make his very own newspaper with Patrick. After explaining what a newspaper is to Patrick, the two start going around town. For his article, SpongeBob interviews Gary while Patrick takes pictures of rocks. But when they publish the newspaper, nobody is interested in buying the newspaper. Squidward tells the two that if they want a newspaper that will sell hard, they'll have to be writers focused on gossip. Now, SpongeBob and Patrick stalk their friends to see if they have any embarrassing secrets. They use Mr. Krabs kissing money and tucking them in, Sandy hanging her clothes, Plankton singing a love song to Karen, and Squidward playing his clarinet in the bathtub as juicy stories for their newspaper. However, the friends are infuriated with this and order them to stop. After the criticizing from the Bikini Bottomites, they turned the newspapers into hats.
- SpongeBob said "stop the presses" in "The Krabby Kronicle."
- This book was also released alongside Ice Cream Dreams as a TeleStory Interactive Storybook System cartridge by Jakks Pacific in 2006.
- The book was released three years after Bottoms Up! Jokes from Bikini Bottom was released.
- The Kindle version of this book was released three years after "Yours, Mine and Mine" and "Kracked Krabs" premiered in Canada.
- This book takes place after "Single Cell Anniversary" because in that episode Plankton does not know how to sing while in this book he already knows how to sing.