Glenn is losing to a bunny rabbit?

As the author of more than a dozen best-selling books, Glenn said his staff brought to his attention that his new book, IT IS ABOUT ISLAM, was ranked number two on Amazon on Thursday.

So which book held the number one spot? A children’s picture book about a bunny rabbit trying to fall asleep.

Surprised? Read what Glenn had to say below.

"I point out that IT IS ABOUT ISLAM, if you read that to your children, it will keep them awake for years," Glenn said.

rabbit Little Rabbit Couldn't Sleep, by Beth Shoshan

Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.

GLENN: We've had like 15 number one best-sellers and I think 12 New York Times best-sellers. So the staff likes to needle me a lot. And they brought to my attention today that the new book, It Is About Islam, is number two on -- on Amazon. And it's number two to the book, The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep.

PAT: So obviously you can't beat that one. I mean, obviously there's no getting past The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep.

GLENN: Yeah, this is a book that is a new way of getting children to sleep. And it's a guaranteed way to get them to sleep in ten minutes. That's what they say.

However, I've done a little investigation. And some of the reviews are out about The Rabbit That Wants to Go to Sleep. Despite all of the above, the story seems to drag on slowly for curious little ones, even though I was managed to get my son to lay in bed and listen to the first few pages. I was interrupted constantly with questions, why? Why, Dad, why can't Roger sleep? Why, why can't he fall asleep when his siblings fell asleep so easily? Why am I in the book with Roger?

PAT: Good question.

GLENN: I just want to expose this hoax of this rabbit that goes to sleep. I don't think it's all as neat and tidy --

PAT: Doesn't sound like it.

GLENN: And may I point out that It Is About Islam, if you read that to your children, it will keep them awake for years.

PAT: And they'll know why. They'll know why.

GLENN: They will ask the question, why? Why, Daddy, why am I suddenly in this story? Why are they coming to kill us? And you'll be able to say, that's the next chapter. And then after that, how they're going to kill you. And then after that, why it's okay to kill you because of the Koran and the Hadith say it's okay.

STU: How can you possibly fall asleep through that wonderful story.

GLENN: You know what I'm saying? I can't believe we're getting beaten by the rabbit that wants to fall asleep.

STU: When you're saying we're being beaten -- Pat, did you --

PAT: I had no connection to it.

GLENN: You have no connection to this book at all?

PAT: I've never even heard of this.

STU: Wow. None of us have anything to do with this book. Your name is on this.

GLENN: I believe you're all within the blast perimeter. I just want to say that I believe if they blow me up, they blow you up as well.

JEFFY: Damn that rabbit. Damn that rabbit.

(laughter)

GLENN: It Is About Islam is available in bookstores everywhere and also online at Amazon.com. The rabbit thing is a lie. I'm telling you that right now. This is the truth. It Is About Islam.

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