For Biblical Hebrew, you will find a commonly used item here: Graded Reader of Biblical Hebrew: A Guide to Reading the Hebrew Bible by Miles V. Van Pelt and Gary D. Pratico (Zondervan Academic, 2006). This item by Van Pelt and Pratico is a follow-up to their excellent beginning Hebrew book/workbook set and is used by some colleges for an advanced Hebrew course.
Another one you could find is A Graded Reader of Biblical Hebrew: Mastering Different Literary Styles from Simple to Advanced by William Fullilove (P & R Books, 2018). It also is a follow-up to an introduction to Hebrew book.
I have the Van Pelt/Pratico Hebrew textbook and will be getting their reader (required for my college course). I took a quick look at the Fullilove book and it simply lists some texts, line by line, with ample spacing for you to work out a translation. It also provides numerous footnotes to help understand difficult phrasing. However, the Van Pelt book appears to provide a more extensive review or explanation of the word groups. In that respect, the Van Pelt might be more useful for continued learning.