HOW TO READ WATER by Tristan Gooley published to rave reviews in US

HOW TO READ WATER by Tristan Gooley has been published in the United States and is receiving rave reviews. It has been featured in the Wall Street Journal's weekend edition and called a 'lovely and exhaustively researched book'.

The latest book by Gooley is now a Top 100 Book on Amazon and Publisher's Weekly says, 'Avid and budding outdoorspeople will appreciate Gooley’s breadth of knowledge and accessible approach.'

The WSJ raves that 'Gooley misses little in his paean to Earth’s most abundant resource. Why does water look blue when we know it’s transparent? Why is the silver flicker of moonlight on the lake wider here than over there? What makes the tide come and go? What’s the difference between tide and current? How do you gauge the depth of a pond if you can’t see the bottom? What’s an eddy? Why does sound travel so well over water? What makes a wave break?

He starts small, at a mud puddle watching ripples fan out from a pebble drop, and ends big, in the frigid reaches of the Arctic Sea. Along the way he asks and answers many questions. If you like water, you will learn a lot.'

HOW TO READ WATER is published in the US by The Experiment.