Books About Papua New Guinea
Lab lab, on southeast coast of *Umboi Island (*AKA Siassi)
Quality Online Resources for Books Related to Papua New Guinea
 
Wikitravel (but one book is listed on Papua New Guinea)
 
Searching for Ropens,” living pterosaurs in Papua New Guinea—this is a nonfiction book, believe it or not (by the American cryptozoologist Jonathan Whitcomb).
 
PNGBUAI.COM (electronic data bases:  Papua New Guinea)
 
The Butterflies of Papua New Guinea: Their Systematics and Biology (by Michael Parsons) (nonfiction book)
 
Books on insects of Papua New Guinea and other countries (Indonesia: Papua Province) ("Papuan insects")
 
Book: “Birds of New Guinea” (by Bruce M. Beehler, Thane K. Pratt, and Dale A. Zimmerman) (nonfiction - Amazon.com)
 
Thirteen articles and books on Papua New Guinea  (cultures & history) ("Read full-text books and articles")
 
The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea (Amazon.com)
OCEANS ENTERPRISES
publishers and distributors 35 books listed on a number of subjects related to Papua New Guinea (books are a bit pricey. Subjects include history, village politics, photos of Gogodala people, cannibals, culture, expeditions, festival dances, and a book on the history of the English Church in Papua New Guinea (PNG), and more.
 
 
NON-BOOK ONLINE RESOURCES
 
People of Papua New Guinea (no books but a general resource for topics on Papua New Guinea)
 
Ropen, Min Mins, and Owls
 
Flying Fox (giant fruit bats)
 
Languages of Papua New Guinea
 
PNG language and communication (including drums)
 
Piugini (PNG) Government page
 
Wikipedia information on Papua New Guinea
 
Press Release about Pterosaur-like creatures called "ropens" (in Morobe Province, Piugini)
 
Pterodactyls, Dinosaurs, and Dragons
 
Creationist Pterosaur Ideas
 
"Ropen" de Papúa la Nouvelle-Guinée
 
 
Books on Languages of Papua New Guinea
 
The Papuan Languages of New Guinea” - " . . . descriptive and historical linguistics of the Papuan languages of New Guinea . . . account of one of the richest and most diverse linguistic situations in the world. The Papuan languages number over 700 (or 20% of the world’s total) in more than sixty language families . . ." (book price: $95)
 
“Growing Up with  Tok Pisin” (about $37) - 256 pages
Searching for Ropens, Living Pterosaurs in Papua New Guinea
(nonfiction, 2007, second edition, by Jonathan D. Whitcomb)--This is a spiritual book as much a cryptozoological one: about believing in God and giving him credit for the life on this earth.
 
According to one reader, Thomas Buckmaster, of Wisconsin: “Searching For Ropens is a wonderful investigation of the possibility of finding a living pterosaur within Papua New Guinea. Jonathan Whitcomb is a talented writer . . . brings eyewitness testimonies to the comfort of our homes. I highly recommend this book to anyone that is interested in the investigation of this giant 'pterodactyl' that eludes science.”