I don't even own a DAW, I'm just a troll.
These days one could just go all out on Composer Cloud, especially with the ever estimable Hollywood Stgs and Brass and of course Orchestra. However, the above can be daunting for beginners, as it takes at least a modicum of engineering know how to make those samples work good in a mockup. If you've got the cash I say go OT Arks 1 and 2; if you don't then there's nothing wrong with Albion One (though I wouldn't recommend that last for people whom already have lots of experience both composing and using sample libraries). I personally think wet libraries can work best for beginners because the out of the box sound might be grounds for great inspiration to write, and to me that's what's really important, beginner or not. Not endlessly testing and/or criticizing legato or some other unhappy peccadilloe...because EVERY library has those. Bank on something you're positive will get you writing, and I sure as hell don't mean a bunch of eight bar loops. Aw heck, what am I saying? Nothing wrong with doing whattevah you want with your library.. I'm hypocritically being a stickler for using tools for what they're meant for, and being a composer (especially one whom, besides my small pro commissions has one big toe firmly in the avante garde) I shouldn't be. Go do your thing, folks, I hope you can still salvage something useful out of all this hot air lol.