|Birth Day||May 22, 1933|
|Birth Place||Los Angeles, CA|
|Arnold Lobel age||90 YEARS OLD|
Arnold Lobel, renowned children's author hailing from California, has garnered both critical acclaim and financial success throughout his career. With a net worth estimated to reach a staggering $14 million in 2023, Lobel's work has undoubtedly captivated the hearts of countless young readers around the world. Known for his beloved characters like Frog and Toad, Lobel's enchanting storytelling and captivating illustrations have made him a staple in children's literature. His impressive net worth only serves as a testament to the enduring impact of his work and the countless lives he has touched through his imaginative tales.
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.