Anthony Saldarini translated Avot D'rabbi Natan B in 1975. Parts of his translation can be viewed on Google Books.
Translation of your first quote (pg. 83):
"Why does woman cover her head and man not cover his head. A parable. To what may this be compared? To a woman who disgraced herself and because she disgraced herself, she is ashamed in the ...
You might want to consider Rabbi Zelig Pliskin's Upgrade Your Mind, Upgrade Your Life by Artscroll.
The blurb reads as follows:
Today, everyone is upgrading. We're upgrading our computers, our phones, our devices. We're making them faster and more effective, so they work at top speed and quality.
Wouldn't it be great if we could also upgrade our lives?
A fully annotated English translation can be downloaded for free on McGill University's site, here. It's not the best quality, though (the letters are somewhat "broken"). Scroll down to "actions" and select "download". The first half is an introduction. The translation of the work starts on pg. 118.
Sefaria has Rashi with nekudos and translated into English
Metsudah has also put out Nach with Rashi with nekudos and translated.
An English translations page for the Arizal's works has been started at Wikisource. As of Mar. 2021 there is just a little, but if everyone learning contributed a bit at a time (or if someone contributed a lot at once) ...
Sefaria has Chapter names in English, and some sections have summaries or ...