Good Night Tulsa

The Foundation for Tulsa Schools is excited to launch the Good Night Tulsa children’s book, written and illustrated by Tulsa Public Schools teachers and staff. From red pandas at the Tulsa Zoo to the Golden Driller, this book brings to life a diverse variety of 24 iconic locations across our city.

For bulk order purchases please contact Hallie Green at


Good Night Tulsa is available for purchase at the following local retailers: 
  • Magic City Books
    221 E. Archer Street
  • Ida Red
    3336 S. Peoria (Brookside)
  • Lolly Garden 
    2046 Utica Sq.
  • Eleanor’s Bookshop 
    1124 S. Lewis Ave. (located in MotherRoad Market)
  • Learning Express Toys of Tulsa
    7891 E. 108th Street S., Suite X-8
  • Shoppe Sascha
    1307 E. 35th Place
  • Ribbons on Peoria
    3525 S. Peoria Avenue
  • Kiddlestix
    3815 S. Harvard Avenue
  • Tulsa Toy Depot
    10114 S. Sheridan Road
  • Lavender’s Bleu Literacy Market
    8210 S. Harvard Avenue
  • Kathleen’s Kids
    8212 S. Harvard Avenue
  • The Girlz Shop
    203 E. Main Street (located in Jenks)
  • Peake Photography & Design
    8281 S. Harvard Avenue
  • Amber Marie and Company 
    4932 E. 91st Street

We’ve seen the positive impact hope and innovation can have during these uncertain times. Good Night Tulsa is a celebration of art and community, and we hope by bringing this book to your bookshelves, coffee tables and home offices, you’ll see the impact too.

One-to-One Literacy Model

In addition to highlighting Tulsa’s unique attributes and building a sense of community pride, a goal of the Good Night Tulsa project is to promote the love of reading and enhance literacy competence for the children of Tulsa. 

We have a created a one-for-one model; for every book sold another will be donated to a student at a Tulsa Public Schools Title 1 elementary school.

Proceeds will Support

Proceeds from Good Night Tulsa will benefit the programs of the Foundation for Tulsa Schools, including Partners in Education, which unites businesses, faith-based organizations and the community to support students in Tulsa Public Schools, whether they’re learning at home or physically in the classroom.

AUTHORS & Illustrators


JoAnn Caldwell

Heather Erdmann

Carmela Grantham

Gwynievere Harris

Kirsten Johnson

Dania Santiago

Maurie Traylor

Marjery “Margie” Murphy-McNutt

Sarah Waite

Richard Wills

Barbara Young


JoAnn Caldwell

Sharon Dauterman

Heidi Doss

Beatrice Hoxie

Special Thanks