Stirling Howard is the close friend of Kit Kittredge.
- 1 Personality and Facts
- 2 In The Books
- 2.1 Meet Kit: An American Girl
- 2.2 Kit Learns a Lesson: A School Story
- 2.3 Kit's Surprise: A Christmas Story
- 2.4 Happy Birthday, Kit!: A Springtime Story
- 2.5 Kit Saves The Day: A Summer Story
- 2.6 Changes for Kit: A Winter Story
- 2.7 Kit's Home Run
- 2.8 Kit's Tree House
- 2.9 Kit's Winning Ways
- 2.10 Kit Uses Her Head
- 2.11 Really Truly Ruthie
- 2.12 Danger at the Zoo
- 2.13 A Thief in the Theater
- 2.14 Missing Grace
- 2.15 Intruders at Rivermead Manor
- 2.16 The Jazzman's Trumpet
- 2.17 Full Speed Ahead: My Journey with Kit
- 3 In Kit Kittredge: An American Girl
- 4 References
Personality and Facts
He is originally perceived as a timid child who is constantly sheltered under his mother's wing due to his extreme allergies. However, Kit and Ruthie soon discover that he has many similar interests and he becomes more independent from his mother.
Stirling is an excellent artist and frequently adds drawings to Kit's homemade newspapers. Stirling is also a fan of the Cincinnati Reds and Schnozz like Kit is.
He is also described as hiding surprising strength.
In The Books
Meet Kit: An American Girl
Kit Learns a Lesson: A School Story
Kit's Surprise: A Christmas Story
Happy Birthday, Kit!: A Springtime Story
Kit Saves The Day: A Summer Story
Changes for Kit: A Winter Story
Sterling's full name is stated in the movie as Stirling Howard IV, implying that his father's name is also Sterling.
He is played by Zach Mills.
- This is only stated in Kit Kittredge: An American Girl.