Loewe Verlag was founded in 1863 by Ferdinand Loewe. In 1965, Volker Gondrom took over the business. It was under his leadership that Loewe Verlag acquired its current shape, which has allowed it to become one of the largest and most successful publishers of books for children and young people in the German-speaking area. Christoph Gondrom joined the company in April 2012 as the third generation of the Gondrom family in the business.

Loewe seeks to provide quality books that enrich the lives of children and young people. Our aim is to encourage children to read and improve their reading skills.

Today, our programme covers all ages – ranging from the very young and early readers to middle grade, YA and crossover fiction. It features both realistic and fantastic literature as well as non-books and a growing creative segment. We are happy to be able to work with well-known and established authors but are always keen to find and build new talent and author brands.