Informational Booklet - How Does Water Get to Your Faucet?
With the given text, I illustrated, through images alone, how water travels to one’s faucet.
This book measures 6”x 9” and it is saddle-stitched.
Given text: If you live in the city your water comes from a reservoir. The water in the reservoir is collected from rivers and brooks, from rain and snow. It is stored there and made pure and clean. Pipes run under the street to carry it to you. As long as the level in the reservoir remains high, it can run right to your house without any help because water can climb back to the height where it started. If you live in the country your water may come from your own well or private storage place, which was dug deep in the earth to reach the level of water, much deeper than a water reservoir. A pump is needed to push the water into pipes to travel upward into your house.