You can browse all the Native American units here: page 1 and page 2. Here are the choices:
California/Southwest : Stories from Navajo, Pueblo and other tribes, featuring Coyote.
Pacific Northwest: Pacific Northwest stories with a focus on the tribes of Oregon and Washington.
Alaska: Stories from Inuit, Haida & other Alaskan peoples featuring the trickster-hero Raven.
British North America: Tales from Canada, with trickster-heroes Manabozho, Raven & Coyote.
Great Plains: Tales from the Omaha & other Plains tribes, with the tricksters Unktomi and Rabbit.
Mississippi/Great Lakes: Legends of the hero Manabozho plus trickster Rabbit tales from the south.
Apache : Tales of Coyote the trickster and the monster-slaying Apache hero Naiyenesgani.
Cherokee: Tales of the world's origin, the trickster Rabbit, and the great snake-monster Uktena.
Tejas: Nature stories retold for children from the Tejas Caddoan people of east Texas.
Blackfoot: Including the story of Kut-O-Yis, the hero born of blood, plus other Blackfoot tales.
Sioux: Stories told by two Sioux authors, both women, focusing on the trickster Iktomi, Spider.
Inuit (Eskimo): Tales of shamans, ghosts, and other supernatural beings of the polar world.
American Indian Tales: Children's fairy tales based on a19th-century collection of Ojibwa legends.
Hiawatha: Longfellow's epic poem about Hiawatha, son of East Wind and husband of Minnehaha.
Hero Tales: Hero legends from the Hupa, Apache, Crow, Cree, and other tribes of North America.
Marriage Tales: Tales of animal brides, animal husbands, and a Zuni Cinderella legend.
You can use Diigo to search for different types of reading:
|Units with explanatory NOTES||Native American|
|Free AUDIOBOOK versions||Native American|
|Lots of SHORTER stories||Native American|
|Few stories but LONGER||Native American|
|One CONTINUOUS story||Native American|
|Stories for CHILDREN||Native American|
|Stories in VERSE||Native American|
|Units with ILLUSTRATIONS||Native American|
You can also ask the Crystal Ball for advice: