Is she interested in compounds or traditional bows? I like PSE's line of youth recurves, the "Junior" model comes in a set with everything she'll need to start shooting.
I'm not a huge fan of compounds for young kids who're just getting started. There's just too much maintenance and accesories to worry about. It's easier to learn proper technique if you only have to worry about the string and the arrow, with no other gimmicks getting in the way.
Another problem youth compound bows have is that children outgrow the limited draw length very quickly. When my brother got started he used Hoyts and PSE compounds (he was 7 or 8) and although they had adjustable draw lengths he went through about four bows in a couple of years. I started with a PSE take down recurve (an Image, lovely bow) and the only thing I ever bought was a set of stronger limbs and a replacement string. I got years of excellent use out of that bow, and I still have it.