This page contains subject headings and book titles for monsters. Like magic, monsters is a subject that is difficult to pin down because it is associated with so many other things: fantasy, folklore, myth, religion, even cryptozoology. Therefore you may want to explore additional subject headings. One characteristic of the Library of Congress classification system, which is the system used by Houston Cole Library, is that like is shelved with like. When you find a book that interests you, scan the titles of the books to either side. You might find something else of interest.
Monster (in brief): a legendary animal combining features of human form, or any creature so ugly or monstrous as to frighten people
Library subject headings
Archetypes and Motifs in Folklore and Literature: a Handbook GR72.56.A73 2005 (3rd)
The Ashgate Research Companion to Monsters and the Monstrous GR825.M57 2012 (3rd)
Book of Beasts: the Bestiary in the Medieval World ND3339.B66 2019 (6th)
Mythical and Fabulous Creatures: a Source Book and Research Guide GR825.87 1987 (3rd)
The Vampire: a New History GR830.V3G755 2018 (3rd)