Ann is quiet and composed in many ways, except when it comes to her daring artistic expression of style on the canvas and in her clothing. Her daydreams center on a boy in her art class, James O’Grady. She lives a secret life of color and rich emotion that gets tapped into when she and her four new friends find themselves in the future! No longer able to shroud herself in her family’s religion or tradition, Ann will have to learn to stand on her on, speak up for herself, and try to do it with a little grace. Her Russian Jewish grandmother’s red sable paintbrush, handed down to Ann, is the talisman that helps Ann learn to express herself creatively and discover a bridge between traditional values and modern culture. Find out how she does in the first Fifties Chix book, Travel to Tomorrow.