The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.) is the official source for citing in APA style.
The following links lead to examples of references (with corresponding in-text citations) from the official APA Style website. Textual works are covered in-depth in Sections 10.1–10.8 of the 7th edition of the Publication Manual. For reference examples not listed on this page, refer to the Publication Manual or to the APA Style website.
This page contains reference examples for basic journal articles, as well as the following: those with an article number, with missing information, retracted journal articles, retraction notices, abstracts of journal articles from abstract indexing databases, monographs as part of a journal issue, and online-only supplemental material to a journal article.
This page contains reference examples for whole books, including the following: authored books, edited books, republished books with editors, books published with new forewords by another author, or several volumes of a multivolume work.
The Publication Manual includes many other examples of reports and gray literature, such as Annual Reports (section 10.4, number 54) and Policy Briefs (section 10.4, number 58).
Curriculum guides are government publications. Here is an example of how to cite such a guide:
Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. (2009). Social Studies 6 [Curriculum Guide].