Welcome to the Montgomery County, AR Public Library

Serving the people of Montgomery County Arkansas in the Ouachita Mountains since 1959
 
Mission Statement

The mission of the Montgomery County Library is to provide materials and service for county residents of all ages for personal enrichment, enjoyment and educational needs. The library provides access to a collection of books and other materials to serve these needs, especially a place for young children to discover the joy of reading and the value of libraries.                         
Library Hours
 
Monday - Friday
9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Saturday
9:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.


Welcome to the Montgomery County Library where many services are available. Whether you want to research your ancestry, have a quiet place to do homework, use one of our public access computers, with free Wi-Fi (24/7), read the newspapers or just relax and enjoy a work of fiction you will find it all here.

DVD's, audio books, magazines, newspapers and books for adults, juveniles and children are all available for your use either while you are visiting or to check out.

There is a children's area where much media is available including the Early Literacy Station computer.

Other services available are copy & fax service, large print books, inter-library loans, and federal tax forms.

Our genealogical collection includes many family histories, other Arkansas reference material, and the Montgomery County Our Heritage book.

Also available is the Gateway Project, which is a collection-sharing program for libraries in central Arkansas.

Don't have a library card?

Bring your current ID to the library and
we'll issue you one. It's free!

New Arrivals
 
New Fiction:
 
16th Seduction - James Patterson
Anything is Possible - Elizabeth Strout
Beartown - Fredrik Backman
Becoming Bonnie - Jenni Walsh
Before We Sleep - Jeffery Lent
Black Book - James Patterson
Blame - Jeff Abbott
Book of the Summer - Michelle Gable
Camino Island - John Grisham
Cocoa Beach - Beatriz Williams
Come Sundown - Nora Roberts
Confusion of Languages - Siobhan Fallon
Down A Dark Road - Linda Castillo
G Man - Stephen Hunter
House of Spies - Daniel Silva
In the Name of the Family - Sarah Dunant
In This Grave Hour - Jacqueline Winspear
Indecent Exposure - Stuart Woods
Into the Water - Paula Hawkins
It's Always the Husband - Michele Campbell
Late Show - Michael Connelly
Lockdown - Laurie R. King
Magpie Murders - Anthony Horowitz
Matchup: The Battle of the Sexes Just Got Thrilling - Various Authors
Nearness of You - Dorothy Garlock
Same Beach Next Year - Dorothea Frank
Secrets in the Summer - Nancy Thayer
Seven Stones To Stand or Fall - Diana Gabaldon
Silent Corner - Dean Koontz
Since We Fell - Dennis Lehane
Stars Are Fire - Anita Shreve
Sycamore - Bryn Chancellor
Tornado Weather - Deborah Kennedy
Trajectory - Richard Russo
Women in the Castle - Jessica Shattuck
 
New Westerns:

Poison Spring, A Frontier Story-Johnny D. Boggs
Summer of the Star, A Western Story-Johnny D. Boggs

New Non-Fiction:

Bill O'Reilly's Legends & Lies - David Fisher

New DVDs:

Children's DVDs
Jock the Hero Dog

Adult DVDs
Downton Abbey-Season 6
The Revanant


Children's Books

Dork Diaries Collection - Renee R. Russell

LargePrint

We have added over 100 Large Print books in the last month.
 
 
We’re excited to announce a unique digital entertainment / media service, hoopla, enabling you to borrow e-books, movies, videos, music and audiobooks straight from your browser, tablet, or smartphone!

Montgomery County Library has never offered a service quite like hoopla, but we think this could be the beginning of a beautiful, new, digitally-driven friendship between us!!

Hoopla gives you access to thousands of titles anywhere and anytime you have an Internet connection, with more new content being added all the time. And, with hoopla, there are no hold lists, no extra apps or accounts needed, and no waiting for your title to buffer.

Imagine being able to view hit movies or listen to your favorite artist and more without expensive subscription fees—all you’ll need is your valid library card!

Hoopla can be accessed on Apple iOS 6.0+ or Android devices, and via the four major web browsers. To access the system on your mobile device, you’ll need to first download the FREE hoopladigital app from the App Store on your device.  There is no need to download an app or extension for your web browser.
 

Ouachita Mountains Regional Library

The Montgomery County Library and the Polk County Library formed a new regional library system in 2010. The new regional library is called the Ouachita Mountains Regional Library.

The offices are located in the Montgomery County Library in Mount Ida. Because Montgomery County Library is a member of the OMRL , we have been able to expand our services. OMRL (870) 867-3812.