For this project, you'll be completing an "Annotated Bibliography" following the APA format.
An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents where each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 100 to 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation.
You're being asked to stop, think about your sources, and write a sentence or two about why you chose the resources you used.
Look for the author's name, publication year, work title, publication city and publisher.
Example: Henderson, Mark, Baker, Joanne & Crilly, Tony. (2009). 100 Most Important Science Ideas : Key Concepts in Genetics, Physics and Mathematics. Richmond Hill, Ont: Firefly Books.
Look for the author, date, page title, site title, available page numbers if given, and a URL or DOI if available (digital object identifier).
Example: Science World at Telus World of Science. (2016, January) Teen Events. Retrieved from Science World Website http://scienceworld.ca/teen .