Yorick and Bones

Yorick and Bones

Yorick is a skeleton who was just dug up after a few hundred years of sleep. He speaks like it too. “Forsooth, my joy, I barely can contain!”

Bones is the hungry dog who did the digging. Though he cannot speak, he can chomp.

What will become of these two unlikely companions? Will Yorick ever find the friend he seeks? Will Bones ever find a tasty treat that does not talk back?

The course of true friendship never did run smooth.

Title:Yorick and Bones
ISBN:9780062854308
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    Yorick and Bones Reviews

  • TL

    I won this via goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review. All my opinions are my own.----Cute story. I didn't fully connect to it but I had fun with it.Story: 2.5 starsIllustrations: 3 star...

  • Richard Dominguez

    I really enjoyed reading this adventure of Yorick and Bones. I found some great similarities to the ways we approach and deal with people in our daily lives. The use of the Queen's English was easy to...

  • Angela

    RUN not walk to this incredibly funny story of a skeleton (who does not know he is a skeleton) and the dog who has dug him up. Told as a lost graphic of William Shakespeare, this is sure to entertain ...

  • Teresa Barrera

    I received this book from an awesome bookish friend.I really enjoy comics and I enjoyed this book and the story....

  • Jess

    Ok you remember Hamlet, right? And the famous scene where he’s talking to a 💀? The skull of the jester Yorick? The jester Yorick he eulogizes in this soliloquy?...“Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him...

  • Jennifer

    I didn't really enjoy this but I give it 2 stars for the artwork and the attempt. I just didn't find it humorous or touching. It had the potential to be both, but the language kind of killed it for me...

  • Erin

    The art is very, very cute and it's an interesting premise, but I'm not sure how well the intended age group would respond to the Shakespearean dialect. On one hand, it could serve to be a great intro...

  • Michelle

    It's okay. Cute with language of the Elizabethan era. Minimalist and simplified art with bright colors to appeal to kids. A skeleton, who seeks to make a friend, realizes his friend was with him all a...

  • Jill Holmberg

    This was cute! I kind of want another book so this can become a series because I got to the end and had hoped for more....

  • Kathi Rauscher

    I have always been a fan of Shakespeare and old English and I really liked the graphic novel. The story flows and it seemed to me to have a rhythm while I read. The story of searching for friendship a...