SurlaLune Fairy Tales http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/ SurlaLune Fairy Tale Pages is a great starting place, truly a treasure trove of information. Not only does librarian Heide Anne Heiner present 49 classic European tales and point the way to multicultural variants in picture books , but she offers educational guides and spearheads lively discussions about folktales and folktales films both old and dressed in new fictional clothes. And so much more.
Project Gutenberg www.gutenberg.org/ebooks The 78 subject headings under “Folklore” here lead to full-text, out-of-print ebooks by country and subject.
Story Arts Online http://www.storyarts.org/ Storyteller and author Heather Forest has created a valuable site with tips for storytelling in the classroom, lesson plans and activities, a Story Library with bare-bones plots of 36 global folktales and 26 Aesop’s fables for retelling, storytelling resources, and a link to some YouTube.
Stories for the Season http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/~nilas/seasons/ Sponsored by The Nature In Legend and Story Society (NILAS) and H-Net, Humanities and Social Sciences On-Line. 27 well-chosen folktales are amply retold here.
Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/folktexts.html D. L. Ashliman has created and sorted a giant database of global folk stories.
Karen Chace: Storytelling Links http://www.storybug.net/links.html From here you can reach a potpourri of global folktales on themes such as bird stories, teaching tolerance, princess tales, trickster tales, Native American tales, and string stories, in addition to finding resources for storytelling.