Pedro Seromenho

Pedro Seromenho is the pseudonym of the Portuguese author who has so far written and illustrated 32 children’s books. After graduating in Economics, he published his first youth novel 900-Stories of a King (2009) about the first king of Portugal. In 2011 he founded a publishing company Paleta de Letras and wrote his bestseller Why Animals Can’t Drive? He was on the jury of the Children’s Book Award “Matilde Rosa Araújo” and has two libraries named after him in the cities of Tomar and Braga. In 2014, he created an Illustration Meeting called “Braga em Risco” and started several literary and storytelling festivals such as “Contamina”, “Manta” and “Liga-te.”