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|The Land of Perpetual Excitement|
The Land of Perpetual Excitement, is a purple book, with a very crazy looking fish on the cover, with the name written in large blue font. It also has a light lower in the background, with some mountains on the bottom right.
SpongeBob had been trying to go to sleep, Patrick pulled the book off of his dusty book shelf, and began reading the book to SpongeBob. The book starts slow, and helped SpongeBob start to fall asleep. Patrick continued reading, and the book became faster-paced, until SpongeBob was fully awake again. SpongeBob wondered how this could not help him sleep, and Patrick read the title to SpongeBob, "The Land of Perpetual Excitement." Patrick said, "It's a get out of bed story."
Once upon a time there was a sleepy little boy. And the sleepy boy was the sleepiest boy in all the kingdom. And one night he nestled in the bed for a long slumber. And Sir Cecil, The sea sleep king sprinkled him with mystical sleepy dust. He couldn't have been cozier. When, without warning, an exitable sea troll bursted through the window. "Wakey wakey sleepy doo!" He bellowed. Then suddenly he was whisked away by eagle-winged mollusks into the night skyyyy!