|Country of origin||United States|
|Headquarters location||Grand Rapids, Michigan|
Alban Books (UK academic)
Lion Hudson (UK trade)
The company was founded in 1909, by Louis Kregel as 'Kregel Books'. The company initially sold Dutch language Christian books generally imported from Holland. Soon after the son, Robert Kregel (aged 20) took over the firm in 1949 the company changes its name to 'Kregel Publications' and started publishing classic reprints.
This company is the oldest of four Dutch founded Christian publishing houses, the other three being William B. Eerdmans Publishing (in 1911), Zondervan Publishing (in 1931) and Baker Book House (in 1939) all founded and based in the Grand Rapids area.
Kregel Publications is a publisher of Christian fiction, nonfiction and children's books. In addition to its own titles the division represents Lion Hudson of Great Britain in North American market. As such it exclusively distributes Monarch Books, Lion Fiction and Candle Books and the religious market distributor for Lion Books and Lion Children's Books.
The Editorial Portavoz publishing business responded to the influx of Latin Americans into the US. The company responded to their needs and opened this Spanish language division for the publication of Spanish language Christian books.
Kregel Parable BookstoreEdit
Kregel Parable Bookstore continues the initial company's book retailing tradition, serving the Grand Rapids area.
- "Marston Book Services". Retrieved 2017-12-04.
- "The Kregels [Louis, 1888-1839; Robert 1919-2011]". New Netherland Institute. Retrieved 5 November 2015.
- "Kregel Publications - about us". Kregel Publications. Retrieved 5 November 2015.