Depending on the age of the child, you can always begin with simply reading out a chapter book to them. Look up any titles that both catch your interest or books that hold multiple stories. Many children based publishers provide books that have compiled various bed time stories into a set.
Children at times emulate those who are around them so if you wish to have your child grow fond of reading, try to incorporate reading into your day as well. Maybe create a space and time of day only meant to read a few chapters. It doesn’t have to be hour long sessions and never feel obligated to finish a book if it doesn’t catch the child’s attention. Reading is a way that enriches the imagination and allows you to see so many worlds. Even if it’s you reading a biography or magazine on your own as your child spend time reading their own book, this builds a sense of a quiet environment solely meant to read. You can set guidelines for this reading time, such as no phones or electronics, no television or radio unless it’s to set a soothing music station to play in the background as you both read.