Author Libby Copeland will explore the extraordinary cultural phenomenon of home DNA testing which is redefining family history. It will draw on Libby Copeland’s years of research for her book The Lost Family: How DNA Testing is Upending Who We Are (Abrams, 2020), which The Wall Street Journal calls “a fascinating account of lives dramatically affected by genetic sleuthing.” With more than 37 million people having been tested, a tipping point has been reached. Virtually all Americans are affected whether they have been tested or not, and millions have been impacted by significant revelations in their immediate families.
The Children's Room is closed until further notice due to flooding. Story times will be held upstairs in the Mello Program Room.
Fall hours begin Tuesday, September 7.