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The basic format for citing a book is:
Author Last Name, First Initial. (year). Title of book (in italics). City, State: Publisher name.
- The title of the book should be in mostly lower case
- The state should use the two letter postal abbreviation for the state
- Only use state or country abbreviations if the location or city is not well known (i.e. Augusta, GA, Birmingham, UK)
- Only include the name of the publisher and omit words such as company, printers, publishers, imprint, etc.
Spanbauer, T. (2006). Now is the hour. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
Capuzzi, D., & Stauffer, M. D. (2008). Foundations of addictions counseling. Boston: Pearson A and B.
National Association of Social Workers. (2006). Social work speaks: National Association of Social Workers policy statements, 2006-2009. Washington, DC: Author.
For more information, see pages 202-206 of the APA Manual.