Here's a list of books on economic growth, ordered by year and then alphabetically by author.
Warsh, David (2006). Knowledge and the wealth of nations. Norton.
Friedman, Benjamin M. (2005). The moral consequences of economic growth. Knopf.
Weil, David N. (2005). Economic growth Pearson, Addison Wesley.
George, Donald A. R., Oxley, Les and Carlaw, Kenneth I. (2004). Surveys in economic growth: theory and empirics Oxford: Blackwell.
Helpman, Elhanan (2004). The mystery of economic growth. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.
Rogers, Mark (2003). Knowledge, Technological Catch-up and Economic Growth. Edward Elgar.
Thirlwall, Tony (2002). The nature of economic growth: an alternative framework for understanding the performance of nations. Edward Elgar, forthcoming. Mexico lectures.
Klundert, Theo van de (2001). Growth theory in historical perspective: selected essays of Theo van de Klundert. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. Edited by Sjak Smulders.
Rodrigo, G. Chris (2001). Technology, economic growth and crises in East Asia. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.
Romer, David (2001). Advanced macroeconomics, 2nd edition, chapters 1-3. McGraw-Hill, Boston, Mass.
Ros, Jaime (2000). Development theory and the economics of growth. University of Michigan Press.
Solow, Robert M. (2000). Growth theory: an exposition (2nd edition). Oxford University Press, Oxford. This book brings together his Radcliffe lectures on exogenous growth theory, his Nobel Prize lecture, and his Siena Lectures on endogenous growth theory.
Romer, D. (1996). Advanced macroeconomics, chs. 1-3. McGraw-Hill, Boston, Mass.
Scott, M. Fg. (1989). A new view of economic growth. Clarendon Press, Oxford.