Answered By: Grand Strand Circulation Last Updated: Apr 20, 2015 Views: 50
When it comes to citing, a book read on a Nook or Kindle is very similar to a book read in print. The only difference is that you must make it clear in the citation that you are citing an electronic version of the book. This is done by adding the file type to the end of the citation.
For MLA, the citation would look like this:
Grisham, John. The Pelican Brief. New York: Dell, 1992. EPUB file.
*NOTE: If you are unsure of the file type, then use the generic "Digital file" instead.
For APA, the citation would look like this:
Grisham, J. (1992). The Pelican Brief [Nook version].