A number of authors have published critically acclaimed books on the Bakossi tribe, some of which are as follows:
1. The tradition of a people, Bakossi: A historico-socio-anthropological study of one of Cameroon's Bantu peoples, Rev. ed.by S.N. Ejedepang-Koge. Published 1986 by S.N. Ejedepang-Koge in [Washington, D.C.]
2. Where the Faith Has To Live – studies in Bakossi Society and Religion. Vol 1: Living Together—social structure (past and present), institutions such as Ahon (who can rise to what position, how it started, did it ever involve human (slave) sacrifice), what they do, etc. This part is mainly culture and Traditions, with a lot of history.
3. Where the Faith Has To Live – studies in Bakossi Society and Religion. Vol. 2: (part 1): Bakossi religion and the church of traditional Bakossi society (Ndie), other forms of worships (like family snakes, rituals at the refuse heap (moom),etc). And of course the earlier reaction to the Christian message, where in society it found its first converts (freeborn or slave descendant), etc.
4. Where the Faith Has To Live – studies in Bakossi Society and Religion. Vol. 2: (part 2): Clan Sanctuaries such as ekwelmbwe, dion d’ese, njengele, etc. from information collected by Bakossi people themselves (notice foreigners have not been allowed in them).Publication.
5. The plants of Kupe Mwanenguba and the Bakossi Mountains, Cameroon: A conservation checklist by Martin Cheek, Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, National Herbarium of Cameroon.