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Children’s book author and artist best remembered for Mouse Soup and the Frog and Toad series. He was the 1981 recipient of the prestigious Caldecott Medal.
He published his earliest works — Prince Bertram the Bad and A Holiday for Mister Muster — in 1963.
He died of AIDS at the age of fifty-four.
Born in Los Angeles, California, he grew up in Schenectady, New York. He married fellow children’s book writer Anita Kempler; the couple raised a daughter and a son.
His daughter Adrianne, a successful theatrical designer, married Broadway and television actor Mark Linn-Baker.
How did Arnold Lobel die?
|Cause of death||N/A|
|Age of death||54 years|
|Birthday||May 22, 1933|
|Death date||December 4, 1987|
|Place of death||Doctors Hospital|
|Place of burial||N/A|