Welcome to the

Oneida County Library


Our library is located close to downtown  Malad City, Idaho, next to the city park.  Because of the generous donations of many, including the Redfield Foundation, we have a new children's addition.  We have a collection of over 26,000 items including books, magazines, reference materials, videos, DVDs, music CDs, and audio books.  Our library system is automated so it is easy to search our computers for titles, authors, subjects, series, teacher book lists,  and even accelerated reading.  We also offer free Internet access on our computers.

Something New for Summer!

Starting July 14th, the Library will give out Grab 'n Go Craft Bags to all youth in the community ages 0-17!

The Oneida County Library has received a grant from the F.M., Anne G., and Beverly B. Bistline Foundation. This grant is to fund grab ‘n go STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Arts, Mathematics) for all youth in our community ages 0-17 during the COVID-19 restrictions.  There are no requirements except to sign up online and come to the library and get your bag!  We ask that you sign up on our online form so that we know how many bags to put together and what ages to prepare.   We will start grab ‘n go bags on July 14th, and you can get one for your child each week for six weeks.  Sign up forms will be on our Facebook page and our website http:oneidacountylibrary.org

Sign Up for your free Grab 'n Go bags
Deadline July 14th



Kindergarten Jump Start Grant from the
Idaho Commission for Libraries

We have a new grant for all those youth who will be starting Kindergarten in the fall. Come to the library and get your Jump Start Kit. This includes two new books and so many activities and information on Kindergarten Readiness. If your child is going to be in Kindergarten, please stop by and pick up your free kit.




Summer Reading Videos*

*Please note that the cut off date to turn in hours is
June 30th at 5:30 pm.
No exceptions!


Summer Reading Virtual Videos



Click Here for the Department of Labor Help

Our Library has been serving as a satellite office for the Dept. of Labor. If you need help filing unemployment insurance for any reason including the Corona-virus click on the above link for help.

Resources & Online Learning Help

Tumblebooks Unlimited:

Right now in light of the conditions, you will have all access to Tumblebooks. We hope in someway this will help as you continue your child's education at home. These are full length ebooks, math helps, videos and activities aimed at learning.

K-6 children's EBOOK database
Direct Link

K-6 MATH ebook database
Direct Link

Grades 7-12 EBOOK database
Direct Link

ALL ages audio book database
Direct Link

Free Audible Books

At stories.audible.com, you will find hundreds of our titles available completely free. The collection has been handpicked by our editors and is a mix of stories to entertain, engage, and inform young people, ages 0–18.

Overdrive ~ Check out E-books and Audio Books Online with your Library Card!

Also all ages can access ebooks and audio books with the Libby App on their devices. Email us if you have a problem and we will try and get this service working for you.


Other Resources


Don't forget to utilize lili.org, the learning center for Idaho Residents. This site offers academic searching, World Book Encyclopedia Online for kids, teens, students and adults. Pronounciate, a new program, offers learning for different languages. The Learning Center offers ACT preparation as well. We are looking for other programs that will help you as well, so continue coming to the page to visit often.


Oneida County Card Catalog offers webpathexpress, a search engine that unlike other browsers, is safe and academically sourced. While doing reports at home or just surfing, your kids can access this and be sure they are getting correct information, in a save environment.


For a limited time you can have free access to STARNET. This site is full of fun STEM activities. Enjoy!


 Say YES to TBSClick on the Banner for more info....

Talking Book Service (TBS) is available at the library. Sponsored by the Idaho Commission for Libraries it is a free service to patrons who no longer can read standard print due to a physical disability.



There are three different ways to renew your books. Click on this link to find out how.



Idahoans can now access one free TumbleBook picture book, one TumbleBook math book, one TumbleBook in Spanish, and one TumbleBook game every day through a special agreement with Tumbleweed Press. These TumbleBooks of the Day (TB of the Day) can be accessed through DayByDayID.org or by direct link:


Lois Willie, our library chairperson of the Board of Directors, was named Trustee of the Year at a meeting in Boise, Idaho. We are grateful for Lois' service and dedication and for all her hours dedicated to the library.