translated by Anthony Faulkes
Everyman, 1987 (1995).
* Highly Recommended *
(This was normally called the Prose Edda or the Younger Edda. The Prose Edda was like a handbook on Norse/Germanic myths, was divided into two sections: Gylfaginning and Skaldskaparmal. Both sections included many stories of the Aesir deities.)
Heimskringla or The Lives of the Norse Kings
tranlsated by A. H. Smith
edited by Erling Monsen
(Originally, I wasn't going to buy this, but now I have. This included a mythological section or chapter known as the Ynglinga Saga, which is really I'm interested in. A different translation is available on the net for free at OMACL site; see below.)
translated by Samuel Laing (London, 1844)
Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL), 1996.
(The Heimskringla (The Chronicle of the Kings of Norway) is available online, is actually an older translation by Samuel Laing.)