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Folktales make great webquests and intertextual projects because there are so many of them that go together (they have even been classified into "cycles") and because a lot of them are out of copyright and available on the Internet for nothing!  Also, students of all ages can work with them easily because they tend to have "databases" of these storie in their heads.
Folktales make a great place to start bookweaving.
D.H. Ashliman's Folktexts
This site has links that organizes folktales by their numbered cycles and connects the reader to a variety of tales of each type from different cultures.
Even if you don't want to do this particular lesson plan, there are plenty of online sources for folk tales.

Email me with your comments, suggestions, and experiences.
At this time, I am not posting any materials that I have not personally reviewed, but I can always use more ideas for my notebook.