by The Staff of the Late Show With Stephen Colbert

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5 positive comments

26 neutral comments

16 negative comments

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What people are saying on Twitter (sample)

  • @emmyblotnick got your book today, Whose Boat is this Boat? I LOVE IT! The book shows a complete lack of underst… https://t.co/J6trcCXV78
  • Whose Boat Is This Boat?: Comments That Don't Help in the Aftermath of a Hurricane by The Staff of the Late Show wi… https://t.co/cWLRJCoydI
  • @tap_1_0 @OfficialJLD Perhaps @StephenAtHome could team up with @OfficialJLD for a follow-up book to Whose Boat is This Boat?
  • JFC @realDonaldTrump You still have the Senate kissing your ass. Why such a tantrum? Is it bc of @StephenAtHome new… https://t.co/wk9KHQNFXI
  • @ChuckWendig Maybe the ten rules could become a picture book, because JF's list is almost as great as Who's Boat is… https://t.co/gtKYpdJaiB
  • 13 positive comments

    6 neutral comments

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    What people are saying on Amazon (sample)

    • Money goes to charity and I get a silly, if short, book to give to my niece for Christmas because her dad loves Trump.
    • Funny little book made all the more so because it's written literally in the words of that great orator, Donald J. Trump -- no one could make up stuff this ridiculously bizarre! I'd recommend this book to anyone interested in showing others the proper way to communicate empathy in times of extreme heartbreak and disaster, using the words of Mr. Trump as an example of what not to say. From a purely aesthetic standpoint, the design, drawings, and color choices remind me of the "Pigeon" series by Mo Willems -- which, incidentally, are great picture books for kids and adults alike. Keep 'em coming, team Colbert (but try and make them longer if possible)!
    • This book shows why it's important for leaders to have empathy. Empathy helps leaders understand what people are going through, and when people think their leaders understand their circumstances it gives them hope. This book shows what happens when someone lacks empathy, and can only talk about things.
    • It's very short for those not into books hahaha. It's a fun way to make a statement on your coffee table while supporting those in need.
    • This is the most profound piece of literature ever (in the history of mankind) that proposes, but does not answer for you, the most important philosophical questions of our time.