The Contemporary Fiction Book Club meets on the first Thursday of each month.
Click here to see what we are reading this month.
Library Home Services
Bring the library to your door.
Click here to learn how your can have books delivered directly to your door.
The library has eBooks and eAudios through OverDrive! All you need is a library card to get these items for free. Check out a title from our growing collection and download them to your device. There are thousands of titles to choose from. We also welcome your suggestions about what materials to add to the collection.
If you are using your phone or a tablet, you will want to use Libby, the one-tap reading app.
Now you can learn one of 70 languages from the comfort of your own home, on the go or at the library. Click here to set up your Mango account. Once you set up your account, you can access Mango on your phone. Download the app, then login with your account information.
Ahora usted puede aprender uno de 70 idiomas desde la comodidad de su propio hogar, en el camino o en la biblioteca. Haga clic aquí para configurar su cuenta de Mango. Una vez que configure su cuenta, puede acceder a Mango desde su teléfono. Descarga la aplicación, luego inicia sesión con la información de tu cuenta.
North Side News
The library is beginning a digital archival project. We will be digitizing the old North Side News paper that dates back to 1908. If you would like to see your graduation year in digital format online, or would like to sponsor a particular year, call the library to find out how you can make a donation. Click here to search the North Side News database.
Have you noticed the print shrinking in the books you read? Come peruse our selection of Large Print fiction and non-fiction books. We offer a variety of genres ranging from Christian Fiction to Westerns to Mysteries.
Great resources available for the hearing and visually impaired.
This is a very popular resource at our library, and new titles are constantly being added or updated. Books are available on CD. Also, if you are unable to read standard printed material, check if you are eligible for the Talking Book Service from the Idaho Commission for Libraries. For more information on the Talking Books and view the requirements for this government program, please visit the Idaho Commission for Libraries webpage here or contact the library at (208) 324-5427.
Our library participates in the Interlibrary Loan system. This system allows patrons to request books that may not be part of our local library system. These books are allowed to be borrowed from other libraries for a 2 week period, patrons are limited to 2 interlibrary loans per month. There is no charge for interlibrary loan however, a donation is greatly appreciated for the postage cost.
We provide test proctoring at our Library. The Library doesn’t charge for test proctoring services however, your school may ask you to provide an envelope and pay postage to return the exam to them. Tests can be sent to the Library through the mail. Post paid envelopes to return the test to your school must be provided by the school or the student. You also are able to take an online exam through the internet, passwords and information can be sent to [email protected] Call the Library for more information or to make an appointment to take a test.
Friends of Jerome Public Library
The Friends of the Jerome Public Library offer many services that benefit the Library on an annual basis. They contribute funds for all the programming in the library ranging from Children’s Summer Reading to Adult book talks. Some funds go toward special book projects and programming. Many of their funds are patron generated from book donations and the Friends’ bookstore sales. The book store is located between the computer area and the adult fiction section. Among the selection are many new and gently used books that array from the newest James Patterson series to a children’s book from your childhood. Prices vary from 25 cents to $2.00.
The Friends also host a bi-annual book/bake sale to promote the library.
Ofrecemos una variedad de recursos en español en la Biblioteca Publica de Jerome. Tenemos una sección con contenido de libros: no ficción, ficción, libros para niños, jóvenes, y adultos, también tenemos materiales bilingües y artículos audio visual. Gracias a un otorgamiento de fondos de El Colectivo y Caridades Católicas de Idaho pudimos expander nuestra colección y ofrecer el programa Rosetta Stone en ambos idiomas de Español e Ingles. Rosetta Stone esta disponible para todos los visitantes, puede pedir más información o hacer una reservación para usar la computadora que tiene el programa llamando al (208) 324-5427. ¡Venga y visítenos!
We offer a variety of Spanish resources at the Jerome Public Library. We have a Spanish library section that contains a variety of books: non-fiction, fiction, children’s, young adult, audio visual and bilingual books. Thanks to a grant from the local El Collectivo and Catholic Charities of Idaho we were able to expand our collection and offer the software, Rosetta Stone, in both English and Spanish. Rosetta stone software is available for all patrons to use, please check in at the front desk prior to using this program or please call (208) 324-5427 to reserve the Language Learning Center for a specific time.
The books that help you most are those which make you think the most. The hardest way of learning is by easy reading: but a great book that comes from a great thinker–it is a ship of thought, deep freighted with truth and with beauty.