By age 9 most children are reading chapter books, these may be too challenging for her. Maybe books with pictures will help her.
When my kids were little, we would read a book togher, I would read the left side and they would read the right. Ask questions as you go along, "what do you think will happen next?". Discuss the book at the end.
Try choosing books that have a personal connection. For example if you've recently gone to the zoo, get a book about animals. If she has a younger sibling, try the "Ramona" books.
Read a book that was made into a movie like Charlotte's Web or Matilda. Watch the movie and discuss. What was the same, what was different.
Have a conference with her teacher before school ends, since she personally knows your daughter, she may be able to make suggestions, or recommend programs in your area.
When my daughter was in 1st and 2nd grade, I thought she would never learn to read. I'd spend hours with her, but part of the problem was in her mind "I was Mommy and teaching was NOT what Mommy did", also in her mind "My teacher teachs me and I learn at school". My point, is maybe she would prefer reading with someone else... a grandparent or an older child.
Check out the local library, and see if they have any programs available.
Most importantly... don't give up.
Best of luck to you.
P.S. My daughter (now grade 7) won an award yesterday for being one of the top 5 readers in her class of over 250 students.