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I would like to recommend this website for story reading. There are many stories we have probably read before in English, so, there shouldn’t be any problem in understanding the stories in Japanese. If you’re using firefox with Rikaichan, hover your mouse over words, you’ll get the pronunciation and meaning in English.
I’m also practising reading from this website during my free time, they are mainly stories about heroines of Ancient China.
Hope you find this material helpful in some ways.
Thanks to Gundaetiapo-san, I'm going to get the series of あらしのよるに.
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I don't know how well it work, though.
Here's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, it doesn't use a lot of kanji(you can use rikaichan or the hiragana site)http://www.genpaku.org/alice01/alice01j.html
Little Red Riding Hood
Le Petit Prince
Since you can read these stories in English, you can compare them/make sure you understand.
That said, even if you read something in all hiragana, the grammar and vocabulary will still be beyond you're current level.
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