About the Author
For nearly 30 years Amy Sweezey has delivered forecasts on television and spoken to countless groups of children about weather.
Combining those two passions, Amy began authoring books about weather for kids. She lives in Central Florida with her family. Check Amy’s Upcoming Events Page on Facebook for the very latest book signing dates and locations.
Where to see Amy
The Let's Talk Weather Activity Book 3-5 expands basic weather concepts using educational worksheets, coloring pages, fun games, and challenging puzzles for kids in 3rd through 5th grades. Learn how to recognize the seasons, water cycle, and moon phases; understand weather systems and patterns; create weather scenes and forecasts; and identify types of weather, along with weather terms, tools and instruments.
Designed by Amy Sweezey, author, broadcast meteorologist and homeschool mom, this activity book teaches basic weather concepts using educational worksheets, coloring pages and fun games and puzzles for kids in kindergarten through 2nd grade. Let's Talk Weather shows kids how to recognize the seasons and water cycle, understand basic weather concepts and patterns, create weather scenes and forecasts, and identify types of weather and weather terms. It’s learning sprinkled inside the fun!
Have you ever wondered how forecasters on TV can tell what the weather will be? In Let’s Talk Weather, you’ll find answers to these questions and more, from the science behind the weather, to the tools and instruments used to measure it. Get a behind-the-scenes look at how broadcast meteorologists gather information and work to keep you safe during dangerous weather, like tornadoes and hurricanes.
It Never, Ever Snows in Florida tells the story of AJ who lives in Florida where it never, ever snows. He dreams of a day when he can build a snowman, or wear warm boots in the winter like other kids. AJ soon learns he can’t say NEVER when it comes to weather. Just because he hasn’t seen any, doesn’t mean it never snows in Florida.
Our Weather: Planning For Nature
Meet with and learn from certified meteorologist Amy Sweezey. In this unique live presentation, you will see what goes in to making a weather forecast, including understanding weather patterns and the impact they have on our environment.