Genetic Entropy by John Sanford (2014, FMS Publications). Former Cornell professor explains why macroevolution is impossible from a genetic perspective.
Refuting Compromise by Jonathan Sarfati (2011, Creation Book Publishers). A biblical and scientific refutation of progressive creationism by a physical chemist who is also a messianic Jew.
Heretic: One Scientist's Journey from Darwin to Design by Matti Leisola (Discovery Institute Press, 2018). A former atheist turned young earth creationist tells his story and lays out the case against Darwinism and for design.
Echoes of the Jurassic: Discoveries of Dinosaur Soft-Tissue (2nd Edition) by Kevin Anderson (CRS Books, 2017). This book is a summary of work done in this area by secular and creation scientists. The implications of intact dinosaur tissue and molecules (proteins) are discussed. (available from https://creationsuperstore.com/)
Darwin's Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design (Harper One, 2013) by Stephen Meyers. Meyers examines the Cambrian Explosion in light of biological information.
Contested Bones (Master Books, 2017) by Christopher Rupe and John Sanford. An up-to-date review of the fossil and molecular evidence supporting the special creation of humans.
Theistic Evolution: A Scientific, Philosophical, and Theological Critique by multiple authors (Crossway, 2017).
Darwin Devolves by Michael Behe (2019). Behe, author of Darwin’s Black Box, shows how recent DNA studies of various organisms suggest that genetic mutations can lead to adaptation but at the cost of DNA degradation. The evidence shows the Darwinian mechanism can account for the survival, but not the arrival, or the fittest.
Restoring the Truth About Origins, Books I and II. A collection of articles written by the board of the Triangle Association for the Science of Creation (TASC) on many creation related topics. https://tasc-creationscience.org/blog-post/tasc-books
Unlocking the Mysteries of Genesis (2014, Institute for Creation research). A 12-video series considering science and scripture. Great for Sunday School or home school.