I am not a teacher.
I'm afraid that none of them are correct, (with the possible exception of the third one, but I'm sure it doesn't mean what you want it to mean). Also, it's not clear whether the verb is in the present or the past.
If the intended meaning is that you don't read many English novels you should use 'some' or 'a few'.
I read a few English novels
I read a few novels written in English
I read some novels written in English.
The difference between your second and third sentences (apart from the fact that the second one is wrong) is the difference between 'a little of' and 'little of'.
'A little (of)' is a small amount/quantity of something, and 'little of' means 'not much'. This might seem like no difference at all, but consider this.
I know a little English = I do know some - this stresses the positive.
I know little English = I don't know much at all - this stresses the negative.
Student or Learner