TV meteorologist Guy Brown writes children’s STEM book to inspire young scientists and future weather forecasters

The Kickstarter for Guy Brown’s children’s book, Look Up to See What the Weather Will Be, will launch on September 14, 2021.

Photo by Guy Brown

This is the first book by television meteorologist Guy Brown.

Accompanying journal and sticker sheet image

Special rewards for Kickstarter contributors include an accompanying log and weather sticker sheet.

Kickstarter campaign promotes beautifully illustrated book showing how humans and animals are universally affected by weather

A great introduction to weather and forecasting tools. Informative, entertaining and uplifting … I highly recommend this book to young readers, as well as parents and teachers.

– Spencer Christian, weather forecaster, ABC7 News, San Francisco, CA

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES, September 3, 2021 / – Science Naturally is pleased to present the Kickstarter campaign for TV meteorologist Guy Brown’s first children’s book, Look Up to See What the Weather Will Be. In Guy’s book, he gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at the daily life of a meteorologist and inspires a new generation of weather experts along the way.

Science Naturally will launch the Kickstarter campaign on September 14, offering meteorologists, parents, educators and science enthusiasts the opportunity to support this premier STEM author. Developed for ages 7-10, this Science-Through-Literature title gives kids a glimpse into Guy’s life as a TV meteorologist and the science behind weather forecasts.

Time is all around us. It’s in the news, on the radio, and in everyday conversation. Looking up to see what the weather will be like helps kids understand an element of natural science that is always present and important: figuring out when you can go to the pool, when your soccer game will be called off, and when you should wear a jacket.

In the book, Guy Brown shares his notes on everything from weather forecasting tools, like satellites and radars, to the types of extreme weather conditions and how to stay safe when they do occur. Much more than just cloud and weather education, the Tillywig Toy Awards praise this book for including “a multitude of animals, domesticated and wild, whose adaptations have helped them survive or survive. thrive in strong weather ”.

This title encourages young readers to think about the connections that exist in the world around them. Look Up to See What the Weather Will Be shows that weather affects all living things and that monitoring weather changes is an important part of human and animal life.

“Look Up to See What the Weather Will Be is a great introduction to weather and forecasting tools. Informative, entertaining and uplifting – this book features vivid illustrations and rhyming chapter titles that are inviting and relevant. I highly recommend this book to young readers, as well as parents and teachers, ”says Spencer Christian, meteorologist for ABC7 News, San Francisco.

For Kickstarter contributors, Science Naturally will publish a journal of guided activities to develop and expand readers’ natural curiosity. Complete with temperature zone coloring pages, challenging question-and-answer exercises, weather prep badges and more, My Weather Journal is a fun way to continue exploring Guy’s weather tips and tricks.

Another bonus for Kickstarter supporters are the sticker sheets, which are adapted from the sticker designs featured in the book. Depending on the level of participation, Kickstarter contributors may receive hardcover and / or paperback books, copies of My Weather Journal, and sticker sheets. To become a contributor or be notified of the launch of Kickstarter, go to the project page.

A comprehensive teacher’s guide, with additional content, hands-on activities, and articulation with next-generation science standards, is also available. Teacher’s guides can be downloaded for free from our website. With activities such as “Name this cloud!” And “Find the Horse After a Tornado”, this guide is a valuable resource for parents and educators.

Author Guy Brown studied meteorology at Towson and Mississippi State Universities. He worked for WJLA-TV in Washington, DC, CBS News Channel 5-KGWN in Cheyenne, WY, and WKOW-ABC 27 in Madison, WI. You can find Guy forecasting the weather on the air today at KARE 11 in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota. Guy enjoys volunteering at local elementary schools where he can share his passion for meteorology with many children. He is an active member of the National Weather Association and the National Association of Black Journalists.

Illustrator Mario Lugo resides in São Paulo, Brazil. Born in San German, Puerto Rico, he is fluent in Portuguese, Spanish and English, but his joy comes through art. He took painting, drawing and computer lessons, but is largely self-taught. Mario and his twin brother, Manuel, moved to São Paulo in 2018, where Mario established himself as an illustrator and tattoo artist. This is his first book.

Science Naturally is a small independent newspaper in Washington, DC Our books are distributed commercially through the National Book Network [ (domestic) and (international)]. For more information on our publications, direct or wholesale purchase prices, or to request a review copy, please contact [email protected] Cover images and sample content available at

Look up to see what the weather will be
Written by Guy Brown • Illustrated by Mario Lugo
English • 7-10 years old • 8.5 x 11 ”• 54 pages
Hardcover ($ 16.95) ISBN: 978-1-938492-42-6 • November 2021
Paperback ($ 14.95) ISBN: 978-1-938492-43-3 • November 2021
eBook ($ 13.99) ISBN: 978-1-938492-44-0 • November 2021
Spanish edition ISBN: 978-1-938492-73-0 • Coming in April 2022

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