Yup, that's what my daughter said last night about the school books she brings home every night to read and record in her reading log. Not words any parent, especially a bookworm, wants to hear!
I don't think she hates reading in general. And I don't think she hates the books she's bringing home. It's more the fact that reading them is an obligation and that she has limited choice in what to read which makes the whole thing a chore rather than a pleasure. I did tell her she could choose something else to read and we'd record it in the reading log, but rules-following-first-child that she is, she refused.
On the upside, she actually enjoys reading many of these books once we sit down with them. They always get a smiley face rather than a sad one on the reading log! It's the idea of having to read them rather than actually reading them that she hates.
That means to me that so far this is not a problem. But I hope it doesn't become one. Any advice?