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)

  • The moral is don’t go anyplace where there’s just been a hurricane & ask, ‘Whose boat is this boat?’ Cause somebody… https://t.co/peZhVMT2bM
  • #SupprtSunday "Whose Boat Is This Boat?" @colbertlateshow Proceeds from sales https://t.co/ugtCCn2oce donated to or… https://t.co/P5aKvVpYky
  • @ShashiTharoor you should make a book like this. Actual quotes by actual politicians. You know which ones. It would… https://t.co/kZhHuq6kME
  • Ordered “Whose Boat is this Boat?” last night. Woke up and this floated into my bay this morning! Amazing! Haha loo… https://t.co/EEtRyu4Vop
  • @StephenAtHome I gave my girlfriend (who lives in Seattle) a copy of Whose Boat Is This by (you know who) and I vid… https://t.co/anALnQxnVI
  • 13 positive comments

    6 neutral comments

    21 negative comments

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    What people are saying on Amazon (sample)

    • great book, very funny and informative about whats going on.
    • 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!
    • While I do NOT like Trump at all, I’m not sure he said all of those things. Colbert said it is a book to teach children why some things should not be said after a disaster such as the hurricane. I see no teaching about what is not appropriate to say in this book. While I’m glad the proceeds go to the victims, the book is a huge disappointment to me. The artwork says much more than the words do.
    • There is plenty more material for a longer book. You could have a whole chapter on throwing paper towels. More effort next time please!
    • I thought the illustrations for this book were wonderful. They really nailed a children's book. Which is kind of horrifying :)At the front of the book, there's a page that asks "whose book is this book?" and there's a line to sign your name.It's for a good cause, and it's a great souvenir of our present national nightmare.