Below is an example of how to reference a book, indicating all the different sections needed:
Example of an edited book:
Jones, A. (2007). Nursing to perfection: Theories, process and practice. Los Angeles, CA: A. J. Publishing House.
Jones (2007) notes that ... (p. 184).
… (Jones, 2007, p. 184).
What information do I need to create a reference for a book?
The following elements may be required to create a reference for a printed book:
No date (n.d.).
||Book title: Subtitle
Chapter title (for edited books)
|Edition &/or volume numbers
||Edition number (2nd edition upwards)
Page range (for edited books)
||Place of publication: Name of publisher
Publisher locations in the United States of America (USA)
When citing a USA publisher's location in your reference list, give the city and state abbreviation (American Psychological Association, 2012, p. 187), followed by the name of the publisher. For example:
New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.
Publisher locations outside the USA
When citing publisher locations outside the USA in your reference list, give the city and the country name (American Psychological Association, 2012, p. 187), followed by the name of the publisher. For example:
Auckland, New Zealand: Oxford Press.
Use of et al.
Lee, C. (2011, November 03). The proper use of Et Al. in APA style [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2011/11/the-proper-use-of-et-al-in-apa-style.html
Camden-Carroll Library [CamdenCarrollLibrary]. (2011, July 12). Finding citation information [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abKzFUzCrfw