Isa Colli is an Italian-Brazilian writer comes from Holy Spirit, Brazil, and is passionate about writing for children.

Raised in a modest family she was very young literate. She has developed her sentence writing by preparing essays and by inventing stories for school.
At twelve years old she received from her father a decisive gift, a pink script that went to collect her diary. She told them her daily life.

Her spontaneous texts revealed her fears, feelings, difficulties and successes, in a word, her childlike mind, without grammatical or stylistic pretension.
With the passage of time, began to flow, the words getting easier, shaping of fictional characters, poems and beautiful love stories. When we interviewed the author about this hobby that has since transformed itself into a profession, she gave us the following answer: "A book is not just a set of pages of a folder or a sequence of paragraphs, phrases or words that follow.
A book has its own key, his own fragrance, its own color and its own magic. The letters have given me an inner peace.
Since I discovered the peace of the world of letters, I spent a large part of my life to improve my penmanship without me wondering if it's a hobby or a profession. "