I am currently in an introductory calculus based physics course. The text we use is a course packet written by the instructor that I don't find particularly lucid beyond set scenarios. I've been using Kleppner's "Introduction to Mechanics" and love its rigorous, mathematically concentrated approach. However, we are now moving into Statics, Fluid Statics, Wave Motion, and Thermo--topics not covered in Kleppner. Could any of you suggest a good Textbook covering these topics that takes a similar approach? Older additions of texts might be more helpful because they are availible at the library, but I'll take any suggestion. Thanks!