“I CAN” by FIS parents Amanda Cartwright and Edo Fuijkschot


“I CAN” follows the daily activities of one very special dog. This beautifully illustrated book uses a gentle rhyming rhythm to describe all that this adorable dog can do, despite his disability. Inspired by the author’s own dog, “I CAN” is a great read aloud book for teachers and parents of young children. The book has an upbeat positive view on the dog’s disability, and how he uses his other senses to enjoy life to the full. Young readers will also enjoy reading along with the simple repeating rhyme.

 We are so proud to be supporting the charity Dogs Trust. We are donating 50 pence (56 cents) for each copy of the book sold personally by author Amanda Cartwright or illustrator Edo Fuijkschot. We are donating 20 pence (23 cents) for each book sold through any bookshop worldwide or via Amazon worldwide.

Get your copy today! Please see the flyer below for more details on how to purchase the book.

Edo Fuijkschot
FIS parent

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