Answered By: Robin Hartman Last Updated: Jan 23, 2015 Views: 294
It is up to your Professor to decide what is acceptable but here is a link to the APA Style Blog post about it: http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2009/09/how-do-i-cite-a-kindle.html
Here's some help from the Noodle Tools Help Desk:
To cite an electronic version of a print book on an e-book reader (APA 7.02), choose "Book" as the citation type, then select: Electronic Media: Book on CD-ROM, downloaded e-book (e.g., Kindle e-book), or other file independent from the Web Cite either the whole book or an entire chapter, introduction, preface, etc. if you are citing part of a book, supply only real page numbers, not device-specific or variable page numbers. In the field "Description of the medium" enter the type of e-book version you are using followed by the word "version." Examples include: "Kindle DX version," "Adobe Digital Editions version," "Microsoft Reader version," "Nook eReader version," "Mobipocket version" or "Android version." You may also use this form to cite a digital book on a CD-ROM. Examples: Roach, M. (2010). Packing for Mars: The curious science of life in the void [Adobe Digital Editions version]. Retrieved from http://www.kobobooks.com On a side note, Kindles don't provide real page numbers.