Citing a book with more than one author follows the same pattern as the previous example. The
only difference is how you include multiple names.
When including two or three authors in a citation, invert the name of the first author but keep the remaining names in the standard format. Here's an example with a book written by David Suzuki and Wayne Grady:
Here's the full citation for this book:
Here's an example with three authors:
Don't know which author to list first?
Follow the order given on the book itself; don't alphabetize!
Books with more than 3 authorsWhen a book lists more than three authors, include the name of the first author followed by "et al." "Et al" roughly translates to "and everyone else." Here's an example of a book that has many authors: