I purposely listed sources here from both those who believe in God, and those who don't believe in God. Faith or lack of faith in God may affect perceptions/bias in interpreting scientific data within the two paradigms (creation, evolution). The pictures link to their reviews, descriptions and prices.
Evolution: Fact or Belief is an excellent non-religious documentary video of scientist interviews from around the world, backed up with some experimental data and simple explanations regarding the assumptions we make. Don't confuse it with Evolution: Fact or Fiction - another video that records a lecture by a creationist scientist.
Michael Denton's A Theory in Crisis is more easily read with at least AP or A-Level biology. He can get very technical and you might miss some detailed points unless you posses some token knowledge of the field - points that will blow you away.
Most of the resources here I've either read from cover to cover. The two Genesis books bottom left I have never read, but for quotations, etc. If I had to name a founder for the revival of interest in scientific creation, it would be one of the authors of these books: Henry Morris.