This is the home of a much information, including a 3 volume encyclopedia, Scientific Facts Against Evolution. Also there is a 965 page downloadable PDF book, The Evolution Cruncher.
Biblical Creationism by Henry Morris (Baker Books, 1993). Morris surveys every book of the bible for creation related passages and shows how they neatly fit the young-earth interpretation of Genesis 1-11.
The Genesis Account by Jonathan Sarfati (Creation Ministries International, 2015). Sarfati is a messianic Jew, PhD physical chemist, chess champion, and young earth creationist. This book is a theological and scientific commentary on Genesis 1-11.
The Genesis Record by Henry Morris (Baker Books, 1976). Theological and scientific commentary on Genesis. Some of the science is dated, but the exegesis is amazing.
The Genesis Debate edited by David Hagopian (Crux Press, 2001). Subscribers of the young earth, progressive creation, and the framework hypothesis positions make their cases and respond to each other.
Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth (RATE, Volumes 1 and 2) edited by Larry Vardiman; (available for free at http://www.icr.org/rate/). Young earth creation scientists did original research on radiometric dating. They found evidence for accelerated nuclear decay in the past and residual radiocarbon throughout the fossil record among other things.
Thousands Not Billions by Don DeYoung (layman’s version of #5)
Creation’s Tiny Mystery by Robert Gentry (available for free at halos.com). Evidence for Noah's flood and instantaneous formation of the earth's bedrock from a scientist who published his results in Science and Nature.
The Battle for the Beginning: Creation, Evolution, and the Bible by John MacAuthur (2001, Nelson). Mostly theological defense of the young earth position.
Genetic Entropy by John Sanford (2014, FMS Publications). Former Cornell professor explains why macroevolution is impossible from a genetic perspective.