April 23rd, 2015 / Song of the MockingBird and Maryellen on the AG Publishing Site
American Girl's Publication site has shown a category under the BeForever column, showing the character name "Maryellen" (one word, no spaces) between Kit and Julie chronologically. Nothing is shown in the category when clicked on, but the shell of the page is visible. There is also the category "Truly Me" in place of "My American Girl." A screencap has been provided in the event American Girl edits the page to prevent leaks or questions.
ETA: It should be noted that Nashville's grand opening dates in May was first noted in a Wisconsin State Journal article with regards to staff layoffs. The same article also quotes that the AG store in Scottsdale is set to open sometime in August.
February 20, 2015 / Book Leaks -- Truly Me and BeForever Books
Several new books have shown both on the American Girl Publishing site  and Amazon.com. First are three new modern-focused books:
The books are due to be released May 2015. Along with new covers for some older craft books, this looks to be a revamping of the modern doll line, much like the switch to My American Girl. (Here at the Wiki we will still keep the category named how it is, due to the tedious tasks of redoing the category on every related page. We believe you're smart enough to know what is what.)
There have been leaks for three other books written by Valerie Tripp: The One and Only,The Sky's the Limit, and Taking Off. These look to be a new set of BeForever Character books; they are categorized on Amazon.com as set in the 1900s and to be released this August. While this is exciting news, we cannot tie these three titles to a BeForever Character or know details on the books and which is which. So please do not make articles about them yet.
The same rules, as always, apply when it comes to new releases and articles: put some effort into writing your descriptions. We won't hesitate to remove poorly written edits or ban people who make repeated efforts into not putting effort into writing proper descriptions.
Do not take personal pictures from alternate sources such as eBay Auctions or other people's personal albums. Personal pictures must be taken by the uploader. Images found to be sourced to an eBay auction or other non-personal means will be removed. It's image theft. (The only noted and admin-approved exception at this time is the image on the American Girl 25th Anniversary Shirt as the item was given only to employees and so is quite rare.)
C'mon, people. Take the pics yourself. You know better.
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