How Arnold Lobel Died: Cause of Death, Age at Death, and More!

Arnold Lobel reached the not so modest age of 54 years. Find out the cause of death and more exciting information regarding the death of this famous children's author.

Biography - A Short Wiki

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?

Information about the death of Arnold Lobel
Cause of deathN/A
Age of death54 years
ProfessionChildren's Author
BirthdayMay 22, 1933
Death dateDecember 4, 1987
Place of deathDoctors Hospital
Place of burialN/A