Do you know of a good, understandable (for dummies, LOL!) book on the topic of electricity-generating windmills?
My undergrad physics education was with Halliday, Resnick, and Crane. My professors all hated the university for forcing them to use this text, and I personally felt like it made too many compromises in an effort to stay comprehensive...it was like using the tools of a Swiss army knife, when other books were like stand-alone tools with their own purpose-built handles.
I like the metaphor of electricity as water; in fact it's the only way I could gain some intuition for the topic. I'd like to correct one minor error: I think you mean "coulomb" where you've written "amp." Charge, measured in coulombs, is analogous to mass of water. Current, measured in amperes (and so called "amperage" the way potential is called "voltage" or mass, "tonnage"), is analogous to flow rate. An ampere is a coulomb per second.