Four Sisters, Vol. 1: Enid


By Cati Baur and Malika Ferdjoukh

8.5” x 11” hardcover, full color, 160pp., ISBN:

Nominated for the Children’s Graphic Novel award at the Angoulême Festival.


A 4-volume series about five sisters growing up together and living on their own since their parents died in a car accident.

In a beautiful villa beside the sea, full of nooks and mystery, five sisters are living on their own since their parents died in a car accident—growing up together, sharing their grief, everyday experiences, and love. Charlie is the oldest; as the only adult she became the head of the family.

Each of the four books is narrated by a different younger sister. Each girl has her own personality and point of view. Perhaps we can all recognize something of ourselves in these characters.

  • Enid, age 9, is outgoing, with a great sense of humor
  • Hortense, age 11, is shy and likes to be alone
  • Bettina, age 14, is good-hearted but tempermental
  • Genevieve, age 16, is passionate about cooking and boxing

The first story is about the youngest sister Enid. A free spirit, she enjoys wandering alone and talking to animals and anything she meets. Her best friend Gulliver is, like her, offbeat and creative. Enid keeps hearing ghost-like screams and the two friends embark on a scary adventure.

These sisters are not perfect. They may not always get along, but in times of need, they can always count on one another.

Based on the best-selling novels by Malika Ferdjoukh that sold 400,000 copies in France. The graphic novels sold 70,000.