Library Sparks Bibliography Template Elementary

Bibliography Resources for Research Projects

 

  

 "How to Make a Bibliography"

(video)

 Printable copy of the bibliography

information below (PDF)

 

 

Books:

Author’s last name, first name. Title of book. City: Publisher, Date.

 


Example: Jenkins, Steve. The Animal Book. New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013.


 

 

Encyclopedias and other reference books:

 

Author’s last name, first name (if available). “Title of article or word you looked up.” Title of encyclopedia. City: Publisher, Date.



Example: “Whales.” The World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago: World Book, 2006.


 

Websites, including online encyclopedias:

 


Author’s last name, first name (if available). “Title of article or word you looked up.” Title of website. Date of publication and/or date you accessed. <website address>.

 

 

Example: “Whales.” FactMonster. 23 Feb. 2014. <www.factmonster.com>.

 

Remember:

  • If you can’t find the author, that’s okay.  
  • If you can’t find the date, that’s okay.

 

For help with other sources, such as magazines, newspapers, interviews, and more...

 

www.easybib.com

 

www.bibme.com

 

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