I'm in first-year physics classes and we just wrapped up our solitary chapter on fluid mechanics, which covered the very basics (pressure, Archimedes' Principle, and Bernoulli's equation). I find this more interesting that the classical mechanics we've been doing up till now, so I was wondering what a good introductory book would be. Note that I'm looking at this from a Physics perspective, as opposed to what an engineer might be looking for. Also, cheap would be nice. Thanks.