I actually try not to build up too many - I want to let her develop her own direction; and not get her too lost in my dreams, you know. But I found this the other day, and it details perfectly everything I do hope for her. (Except for maybe a Nobel prize.)
As a note - if you are familiar with Neil Gaiman's wok, this has none of the spooky. If you don't read his work, be aware: this is not wholly representative of most of his writing. His children's titles (that I've read) include The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish, The Night The Wolves Came Out Of the Walls; and Coraline (which is a movie now & seriously, that book made me jump in a way that no other book ever has).