I'm getting a present for a girl about to get confirmation, and it hit me that what would be perfect would be a general introduction to spiritual discernment. Because she has three younger brothers, and the intent is to give the family a resource that everyone can use, something which includes a section on the priesthood is fine, but because she's a girl I need a book which includes more broad discussions of vocations, i.e. married vs. religious vs. single.
She's 12 years old, but a smart 12. Whether or not she reads it now, it should be at least motivate her to thinking about vocations. I'm principally worried about wishy-washy stuff with all the substance of cotton candy as much as explicit outright silliness like discussions of "women priests." There are Protestant resources out there, of course, but even works not explicitly anti-Catholic leave some of the residual venom around.
Anyone know of any good, solid book like this?