Ernst Hiemer (born ca. 1900, died in 1974) was a German author and an associate of Julius Streicher. He wrote several anti-jewish books, among those also children’s stories.
Hiemer began working with Julius Streicher in the 1920s, as a journalist for Streicher's weekly anti-jewish newspaper Der Stürmer, for which he reported on trials of Jewish offenders. During the Second World War, using the knowledge and experience he had gained working as a teacher, Hiemer wrote two anti-jewish books for children which were both published by Julius Streicher's Stürmer publishing house. The first of these was Der Giftpilz (The Poisonous Mushroom), published in 1938. This was a collection of 17 short stories, illustrated by 'Fips' (Philipp Rupprecht). It was followed in 1940 by another collection, Der Pudelmopsdackelpinscher und andere besinnliche Erzahlungen (The Poodle-Pug-Dachshund-Pinscher and other contemplative stories), which compared Jews to various forms of animals. These publications were amongst the most accented anti-jewish items produced for children under the National Socialist regime, causing them to be the subject of comments from some National Socialists.  During this time, Hiemer was also the chief editor of Der Stürmer. In 1942, he published a collection of anti-jewish proverbs entitled Der Jude im Sprichwort der Völker. He died on 29 July 1974 in Altötting, Bavaria.
- Der Giftpilz (The Poisonous Mushroom) (Nuremberg: Stürmerverlag, 1938).
- Der Pudelmopsdackelpinscher (The Poodle-Pug-Dachshund-Pinscher, 1940) (Nuremberg: Der Stürmer-Buchverlag)
- Der Jude im Sprichwort der Völker (Nuremberg, 1942)
- Excerpts from Der Pudelmopsdackelpinscher and Der Giftpilz at the German Propaganda Archive
- Articles from Der Stürmer: 1935, 1942 and 1943
- Full text of Der Giftpilz in German and in English at the Internet Archive
- Full text of Der Jude im Sprichwort der Voelker at the Internet Archive
- When Will the Jewish Danger Be Over?
- Anti-Semitic children’s stories
- How the Jew Hates Der Stürmer by Ernst Hiemer