GOODNIGHT BARTLESVILLE

Join us on Thursday, March 24th at the Price Tower for a come-and-go event to meet the artists of Goodnight Bartlesville!

Bring your copy of the book and our illustrators (BPS art teachers) will autograph it for you and visit with you about how they created their illustrations.  Their original artwork will be on display in the Gallery.  The Eatery is providing light snacks for our guests. This event it free and open to the public (thanks to a grant from the Bartlesville Community Foundation).

Don’t already have a book? You can buy one at the event or purchase them online here, or at any of the local vendors listed below.

Books are back in stock!

A fundraiser for the Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation.  Featuring the work of Bartlesville Public Schools art teachers and students.

The Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation is excited to launch Goodnight Bartlesville, a children’s book written by BPS Foundation staff and illustrated by Bartlesville Public Schools art teachers and students. From the Price Tower to Kiddie Park, this book highlights many local landmarks and events throughout our community.

Goodnight Bartlesville is a celebration of art, our community, and our schools.  Thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Truity Education Foundation, 100% of the proceeds from the book sales benefit Bartlesville Public Schools – supporting the programs of the Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation.

In addition to encouraging community pride, a goal of Goodnight Bartlesville is to promote the love of reading among our students.  To that end, the BPS Foundation is donating one copy of the book to every kindergarten class and elementary library across the Bartlesville Public Schools.

For bulk orders (orders over 15) or to sponsor a classroom, please contact Blair Ellis at ellisb@bps-ok.org or 918-336-8600 ext 3523

SHOP LOCAL

Goodnight Bartlesville is available for purchase at the following locations:

Moxie on Second (118 E 2nd St)

Price Tower Gift Shop (510 SE Dewey Ave)

Bartlesville Area History Museum (401 S. Johnstone Avenue)

Buttercup Market (2503 suite 1 SE Washington Blvd)

AUTHORS, ILLUSTRATORS AND CONTRIBUTORS

Illustrated by:

Sandra, Aguilera, Madison Middle School Art Teacher

Lea Burke, Bartlesville High School Art Teacher

Julie Dowell, Wilson Elementary Art Teacher

Steven Graham, Kane Elementary Art Teacher

Julie Giovannetti, Bartlesville High School Art Teacher

Dana Lyle, Wayside Elementary Art Teacher

Evan Mitchell, Bartlesville High School Art Teacher

Allison Pryor, Bartlesville High School Art Student

Erinn Rakes, Jane Phillips Art Teacher

Audrie Rathman, Bartlesville High School Art Student

Jacquelyn Smith, Ranch Heights Elementary Art Teacher

Jillian Tomlinson, Bartlesville High School Art Student

 

Designed by: Michael Wray

Editorial Advisor: Joe Williams

Written by: Blair Ellis on behalf of the Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation