The St. Lawrence RiverBook - 2004
The St. Lawrence River flows east from the Great Lakes between two mountain ranges and empties into the Atlantic Ocean on the coast of Canada. Once known for its fishing grounds and farms, the river is now a busy shipping highway with many heavily populated cities along its banks. The St. Lawrence River has been vital to the Canadian economy for a long time, and it is the most important river in Canada. Book jacket.
Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : Gareth Stevens, 2004
Branch Call Number: J 971.4 COOK
Characteristics: 32 p. : photos (some col.)