Water: you’ll find it everywhere on Planet Earth. It’s in us, and around us, in constant motion. It evaporates from the surface of oceans, lakes, and rivers, rising into the sky to become water vapor. Chilled, water vapor condenses, forming clouds—giant masses of water droplets. Pushed by the wind, clouds move vast distances. Eventually, rain falls from the clouds, soaking back into the land and rejoining the oceans, lakes, and rivers. This book follows the life cycle of water and how it shapes the landscapes - and waterscapes - around us.