For more information about [...], see Book Title by John Doe.
For more information about [...], see John Doe's Book Title
As far as I know, both versions are correct, but the first is more formal and is used more often.
But what about documents that doesn't have the same degree of our respect as books? For example, a group of very young students, about 10 years old, were asked by their teacher to write a story about cats, about 10 sentences. They just learn to write correctly, and they write stories like this one each lesson.
In such a case, is it best to refer to a story by girl who's name is Jane as "a story by Jane" or "Jane's story" if the teacher discuss these stories among adult persons, e.g., with other teachers?
Isn't it that "a story by Jane" sounds too academical, too respectful when we talk about such "documents"?