You can browse all the British and Celtic units here: page 1 and page 2. Not sure what to choose? Ask the Crystal Ball at the bottom of the post!
Beowulf: The fearless warrior battles Grendel, Grendel's mother, and a fire-breathing dragon.
King Arthur: Stories of Arthur along with tales of his knights and their quest for the Holy Grail.
Robin Hood: With Robin, Little John, the Sheriff, King Richard, and also a ballad of Maid Marian.
English Tales: Wide-ranging stories the comedy of Three Little Pigs to the tragedy of Binnorie.
More English Tales: Cinderella stories like Catskin and Rushen Coatie, the Pied Piper, and more.
Aesop's Fables: Aesop's fables in English poetry and prose from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Nursery Rhymes: All the ones you might remember from your own childhood, plus many more.
Celtic Tales: Fairies, leprechauns, ghosts, and goblins, along with a Celtic version of "Snow White."
More Celtic Tales: More Celtic stories, including the ancient myth of the Children of Lir.
Welsh (Emerson): These folktales are written just as they were told by Welsh storytellers in 1892.
Welsh (Thomas): A collection of Welsh tales with King Arthur, fairies, magic, and monsters.
Mabinogion: The Welsh legend of Pwyll and Rhiannon, plus tales and songs of Taliesin the bard.
Canterbury Tales: Including comedy, romance, deceit, an animal fable, and a story about the devil.
Faerie Queene: Britomart disguises herself as a knight to seek the lover she saw in Merlin's mirror.
Alice in Wonderland: Featuring the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, and the Cheshire Cat.
Looking-Glass: More of Alice, including Tweedledee and Tweedledum, and Humpty Dumpty.
You can use Diigo to search for specific types of reading:
|Units with explanatory NOTES||British-Celtic|
|Free AUDIOBOOK versions||British-Celtic|
|Lots of SHORTER stories||British-Celtic|
|Few stories but LONGER||British-Celtic|
|One CONTINUOUS story||British-Celtic|
|Stories for CHILDREN||British-Celtic|
|Stories in VERSE||British-Celtic|
|Units with ILLUSTRATIONS||British-Celtic|
You can also ask the Crystal Ball for advice: