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Arnold Stark Lobel (May 22, 1933–December 4, 1987) was a popular American author of children's books. Among his most popular books are those of the Frog and Toad series, and Mouse Soup, which won the Garden State Children's Book Award from the New Jersey Library Association. Lobel won the 1981 Caldecott Medal for his book Fables. Lobel also illustrated the works of other authors. A notable example is Sam the Minuteman by Nathaniel Benchley, which was first published in 1969. He was born in Los Angeles, California, to Lucille Stark and Joseph Lobel, but was raised in Schenectady, New York.[1] When he graduated from art school, he married Anita Kempler, who would also achieve fame as a children's book author and illustrator, and they moved to New York City. He had two children: a daughter, Adrianne, who is married to actor Mark Linn-Baker; a son, Adam; and three grandchildren. In 2009, Adrianne Lobel started releasing some of her father's archive material in the form of new books, with added watercolors by herself. The Frogs and Toads All Sang was released in May 2009, and Odd Owls and Stout Pigs was released in October of 2009. Contents 1 Selected works 1.1 Frog and Toad series 1.2 Mister Muster series 1.3 Mouse series 2 Books illustrated for other authors 2.1 Books illustrated for Millicent E. Selsam 2.2 Books illustrated for Jack Prelutsky 2.3 Books illustrated for Nathaniel Benchley 2.4 Books illustrated for Peggy Parish 2.5 Books illustrated for Lilian Moore 2.6 Books illustrated for Edward Lear 2.7 Books illustrated for Charlotte Zolotow 2.8 Books illustrated for Jean van Leeuwen 3 Notes 4 References Selected works Prince Bertram the Bad (1963) A Holiday for Mister Muster (1963) Giant John (1964) Lucille (1964) The Bears of the Air (1966) Martha the Movie Mouse (1966) The Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard and Her (1968) The Great Blueness and Other Predicaments (1968) Small Pig (1969) Ice-Cream Cone Coot, and Other Rare Birds (1971) On the Day Peter Stuyvesant Sailed Into Town (1971) Owl at Home (1975) Grasshopper on the Road (1978) A Treeful of Pigs (1979) Fables (1980) (A Caldecott Medal winner) Uncle Elephant (1981) Ming Lo Moves the Mountain (1982) The Book of Pigericks: Pig Limericks (1983) The Rose in My Garden (1984) Whiskers & Rhymes (1985) The Frogs and Toads All Sang (2009) (with, daughter, Adrianne Lobel) Odd Owls and Stout Pigs: A Book of Nonsense (2009) (with Adrianne Lobel) Frog and Toad series A series of books featuring Frog and Toad Frog and Toad are Friends (1970) Frog and Toad Together (1972) Frog and Toad All Year (1976) Days with Frog and Toad (1979) Frog and Toad All Sang (2009) This book was released by Lobel's daughter from his archive collection. She did the watercolors for this book. Mister Muster series Featuring Arnold Lobel's first self-written and illustrated book A Zoo for Mister Muster (1962) A Holiday for Mister Muster (1963) Mouse series Mouse Tales (1972) Mouse Soup (1977) (Garden State Children's Book Award winner) Books illustrated for other authors Happy Times with Holiday Rhymes (1958) by Tamar Grand My First Book of Prayers (1958) by Edythe Scharfstein, Sol Scharfstein, and Ezekiel Schloss The Book of Chanukah Poems, Riddles, Stories, Songs, Things to Do (1959) by Edythe Scharfstein and Ezekial Schloss The Complete Book of Hanukkah (1959) by Kinneret Chiel Holidays are Nice: Around the Year with the Jewish Child (1960) by Robert Garvey and Ezekiel Schloss Red Tag Comes Back (1961) by Fred Phleger Something Old Something New (1961) by Susan Rhinehart Little Runner of the Longhouse (1962) by Betty Baker The Secret Three (1963) by Mildred Myrick Miss Suzy (1964) by Miriam Young Dudley Pippin (1965) by Phil Ressner The Witch on the Corner (1966) by Felice Holman The Star Thief (1968) by Andrea DiNoto Ants Are Fun (1969) by Mildred Myrick I'll Fix Anthony (1969) by Judith Viorst As I Was Crossing Boston Common (1973) by Norma Farber Books illustrated for Millicent E. Selsam A series of Science I Can Read Books all written by Millicent E. Selsam and illustrated by Arnold Lobel: Greg's Microscope (1963) Terry and the Caterpillars (1963) Let's Get Turtles (1965) Benny's Animals and How He Put Them in Order (1966) Books illustrated for Jack Prelutsky Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Jack Prelutsky: The Terrible Tiger (1970) Circus (1974) Nightmares: Poems to Trouble Your Sleep (1976) The Mean Old Mean Hyena (1978) The Headless Horseman Rides Tonight: More Poems to Trouble Your Sleep (1980) The Random House Book of Poetry for Children (1983) Tyrannosaurus Was a Beast: Dinosaur Poems (1988) Books illustrated for Nathaniel Benchley Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Nathaniel Benchley: Red Fox and His Canoe (1964) Oscar Otter (1966) The Strange Disappearance of Arthur Cluck (1967) Sam the Minuteman (1969) Books illustrated for Peggy Parish Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Peggy Parish: Let's Be Indians (1962) Let's Be Early Settlers with Daniel Boone (1967) Dinosaur Time (1974) Books illustrated for Lilian Moore Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Lilian Moore: The Magic Spectacles and Other Easy-to-Read Stories (1965) Junk Day on Juniper Street and Other Easy-to-Read Stories (1969) Books illustrated for Edward Lear Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Edward Lear: The Four Little Children Who Went Around the World (1968) The New Vestments (1970) Books illustrated for Charlotte Zolotow Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Charlotte Zolotow: The Quarreling Book (1963) Someday (1965) Books illustrated for Jean van Leeuwen Books that Arnold Lobel illustrated for Jean van Leeuwen: Tales of Oliver Pig (1979) More Tales of Oliver Pig (1981) Notes ^ http://www.bookrags.com/biography/arnold-stark-lobel-dlb/ References Shannon, George. Arnold Lobel. Boston: Twayne, 1989. Persondata Name Lobel, Arnold Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a children's author from the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e