So I started off having a conversation. With teens, it's always best to hear what they are thinking and get their input.
There were tears and screaming. Not mine, this time, I'm happy to report. Here are the highlights:
-It won't be fun, it can't be fun, it will never be fun.
-She already knows the story. If I want it to be fun, go back in time 6 years when she didn't know the story and was excited to learn it. Now she knows it.
-She does not want to read the story again.
-She doesn't want to learn it inside; it's Daddy's responsibility to tell it to her.
-(And she already knows it)
So I conclude that having her read it inside and seeing what new insights emerge is NOT going to work this year.
I'm going to need a different approach where somehow it is interesting.