Well, you can start reading at any level, it’s just that the higher your level - the less words you would need to look up at jisho.org (or any other dictionary).
Personally, I started my attempts at reading at about level 15-20, but there is really no need to wait till then.
However, don’t forget that it’s not just about kanji, you need to know at least the basic grammar to do reading, so if you haven’t studied any grammar yet - that’s what you should start doing, parallel to studying kanji.
As for recommendations, here is a good free resource for reading
Level 0 readers are so easy that even at your current level you probably won’t have any problems with them.
Another great free resource for reading is
And there is also
Unfortunately, it’s not free, but it might be the best reading resource for a complete beginner, because every article there is very carefully analyzed for you; you can click on every word - and it would tell you the reading and translation; you can see the translation for every sentence and there are also a lot of notes on grammar there, like, why this particular word was used in that particular form in this sentence, etc. I highly recommend at least checking it out, even if you won’t subscribe to it.
Also, there are a lot of book clubs here, on this forum. You can participate in any of them. There you’d be able to ask questions about the book you’d be reading together, whenever there’s something you don’t understand.
Anyway, welcome to WaniKani!
I really hope you’d like it here!
And best of luck with your studies!