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.

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, federal tax forms, and ancestry.com.

Our genealogical collection includes many family histories, newspaper microfilm, other Arkansas reference material, Montgomery County Our Heritage book and ancestry.com.

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:
Most Wanted--Lisa Scottoline
The Obsession--Nora Roberts
Titans--Leila Mecham
At the Edge of the Orchard-- Tracy Chevalier
Far From True--Linwood Barclay
Murder Over a Girl--Ken Corbett
Beauty Queen of Jerusalem--Yishai-Levi Sarik
Glory Over Everything--Kathleen Grissom
Lilac Girls--Martha Hall Kelly
Miller's Valley--Anna Quindlen
Thomas Jefferson Dreams of Sally Hemmings--Stephen O'Connor
Fool Me Once--Harlan Coben
Steel Kiss--Jeffery Deaver
Summer Before the War--Helen Simonson
Chasing the North Star--Robert Morgan
Killer Reunion--G.A.  McKevett
Once a Rancher--Linda Lael Miller
Only Love  Can Break Your Heart-- Ed Tarkington
Taxidermist's Daughter--Kate Mosse
All Things Cease to Appear--Elizabeth Brundane
Clawback--J.A. Jance
Family House--Linda Cohen
Gangster--Clive Cussler
Gone Again--James Grippando
Swans of Fifth Avenue-- Melanie Benjamin
Murder in an Irish Village--Carlene O'Conner
All Dressed in White--Mary Higgins Clark
Bitter Season--Tami Hoag
Devoted in Death--J.D. Robb
Guest Room--Christopher Bohjalian
Japanese Lover--Isabel Allende
Tricky 22--Janet Evanovich
Ashley Bell--Dean Koontz
House of the Rising Son--James Lee Burke
Survivor--Vince Flynn
Make Me--Lee Child
See Me--Nicholas Sparks
The Last Mile--David Baldaccci
New Westerns:

Blackjack--Robert B. Parker
Anything Goes--Richard S. Wheeler

New Non-Fiction:

The Old West--Stephen G. Hyslop
The Witches, Salem, 1692--Stacy Schiff
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.

New DVDs:

Children's DVDs
Jock the Hero Dog

Adult DVDs
Wolf Hall--Masterpiece Theater-PBS

Children's Books

Reached by Ally Condie