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His parents were Polish-Jewish immigrants from Austria , both socialists. His father, Joseph Steig,  was a house painter, and his mother, Laura Ebel Steig, was a seamstress who encouraged his artistic leanings.
As a child, he dabbled in painting and was an avid reader of literature. Among other works, he was said to have been especially fascinated by Pinocchio.
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In addition to his artistic endeavors, he also did well at athletics, being a member of the collegiate All-American water polo team. He graduated from Townsend Harris High School at 15 but never completed college, though he attended three, spending two years at City College of New York , three years at the National Academy of Design and a mere five days at the Yale School of Fine Arts before dropping out of each. Hailed as the "King of Cartoons",  Steig began drawing illustrations and cartoons for The New Yorker in , producing more than 2, drawings and covers for the magazine.
Steig, later, when he was 61, began writing children's books. He excelled here as well, and his third book, Sylvester and the Magic Pebble , won the Caldecott Medal.
Among his other well-known works, the picture book Shrek! Steig married four times and had three children. From to , Steig was married to educator and artist Elizabeth Mead Steig — , sister of anthropologist Margaret Mead ,  from whom he was later divorced. He married second wife Kari Homestead in , and they had a daughter, Margit Laura now professionally known as Maggie Steig.
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His final marriage, to Jeanne Doron, endured for the rest of his life. His brother Irwin was a journalist and painter, and his brother Henry was a writer who played the saxophone and painted. His brother Arthur was a writer and poet, who, according to Steig, read The Nation in the cradle, was telepathic and "drew as well as Picasso or Matisse".
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Steig died of natural causes in Boston on October 3, , aged From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. William Steig. Steig in New York City on April 12, Photograph taken by Arnold Newman. Brooklyn , New York, U. Boston , Massachusetts, U. Elizabeth Mead Steig m.
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Tiffky Doofky looks everywhere, but he doesn't realize that a bad-tempered witch has tricked him. As the day goes on and the sun sinks lower in the sky, he begins to despair.
Will he ever find his beloved? But a perilous encounter at the end of the day may be the most romantic near-death experience of all. William Steig was a cartoonist, illustrator and author of award-winning books for children, including Shrek! In , Steig's work began appearing in The New Yorker , where his drawings have been a popular fixture ever since.
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He published his first children's book, Roland the Minstrel Pig , in He died in Boston at the age of