Answered By: Matt Stevons Last Updated: Jul 26, 2017 Views: 231
For a tutorial about the basics of citing books see the below resource from APA Style Central:
Learn how to format references for whole books, including both authored books and edited books.
APA Style CENTRAL
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You can also find a sample reference citations for citing e-books by going to the Learn section of APA Style Central and searching for e-book using the small search box to the right. Then, click Sample References to see the examples.
If citing an e-book from a Library database, you'll typically follow the format "Authored book (Kindle, iBook, or other proprietary e-book version), with URL instead of DOI."