QUIZ: Bones Day or No Bones Day?: Noodle Helps You Pick the Right Read for Today

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Abby Hargreaves

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Abby Hargreaves is a New Hampshire native living and working as a Children’s Librarian in Washington, D.C. She fulfills the gamut of the librarian stereotype with a love of cats, coffee, and crocheting (and likes a good run of alliteration). Her MLIS degree enjoys the company of a BA in English from Hollins University, making Abby an advocate of women's universities. Her favorite color is yellow.

Noodle has taken TikTok and the internet by storm. The dog, a 13-year-old pug who calls TikTok user Jon Graziano (@jongraz) caretaker, is my new god. Graziano amasses millions of views every day by sharing the bones report. What is all of this about “bones day” and “no bones day?” Simply put, on a bones day, Noodle stands proud and strong once awoken from his mighty slumber and, if you believe in his wisdom (and why wouldn’t you?) you know it’s a day to seize. This is the kind of day you buy that book you’ve been eyeing, apply to write for Book Riot, and take everything on with energy and confidence. On a no bones day, Noodle collapses just as soon as Graziano props him up. On these days, it’s best to cancel your plans, stay in bed with a book, and take it easy. As far as I’m concerned, books are involved regardless of whether it’s a bones day or a no bones day. The question is, what do you read for a bones day or a no bones day?

Don’t fret. We’ve got you covered. Take the quiz below to determine what book fits today’s vibe. 

Quiz: What to Read for a Bones Day vs. a No Bones Day

Check out the full list of books below the quiz if you prefer to select for yourself.

For a Bones Day

Courage Is Calling: Fortune Favors the Brave by Ryan Holiday

Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day by Jay Shetty

Ask a Manager: How to Navigate Clueless Colleagues, Lunch-Stealing Bosses, and the Rest of Your Life at Work by Alison Green