REVIEWS OF CREATIONIST BOOKS contains reviews by scientists & teachers of over forty of the most frequenty-encountered books that are used to challenge evolution & promote "scientific" creationism. The movement called "creation science" claims that the creation story of Genesis is literally true, & should be taught in the public schools. As distinguished from purely religious creationists, proponents claim SCIENTIFIC evidence exists to support religiously-derived ideas that the world was created in six twenty-four hour days a few thousand years ago, & that there was a literal, historical Flood which covered the earth. Creation "scientists" have generated a considerable literature of books, films, brochures, & educational material which innundates teachers, classrooms & school libraries across the country. In the 1990's, schools face an even more determined creation "science" movement than ever before, & the National Center for Science Education has produced a resource to help teachers, librarians, parents & others concerned with education to evaluate these materials. Books by well-known creationists as Duane Gish, Henry Morris, Michael Denton, & A.E. Wilder-Smith are reviewed by prominent scientists Stephen Jay Gould, G. Brent Dalrymple, Joel Cracraft, Michael Ruse, & others.Hughes, Liz R. is the author of 'Reviews of Creationist Books', published 1992 under ISBN 9780939873524 and ISBN 0939873524.