by The Staff of the Late Show With Stephen Colbert

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  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert - Stephen Publishes REAL BOOK Whose Boat Is This Boat? https://t.co/Z6JmGenafz
  • @StephenAtHome please. I tweet this a lot. Publish your book “Whose Boat is This Boat “ In Spanish with proceeds go… https://t.co/pSKrvRrDgf
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    What people are saying on Amazon (sample)

    • Thank you to Colbert and company for donating the proceeds of the book to hurricane victims AND entertaining us. Without Colbert, I couldn’t have survived these past 2 years. This book brought me more laughs!
    • Glad I am able to help out those affected by Hurricane Florence with a book that provides a small view into the simpleton mind of Donnie John.
    • 🤨🤨🤨. Great idea to raise $ for hurricane victims and have some fun with simple satire. It’s mostly mediocre, but it was an easy way to give to help victims AND to affirm the power of Stephen Colbert, who is a great satirist - with the help of Jon Stewart. The illustrator is talented. I do wish I’d gotten the hard copy, but I don’t have room for more books. P. S. Donald Trump is a sociopathic, sadistic creature who lives in a distorted reality. He is mentally unfit to be president of the U. S. Just read the book. You’ll see. 🤨🤨🤨. (The Colbert emoticon.)
    • 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)!
    • great book, very funny and informative about whats going on.