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Phillip W. Simpson
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BornPhillip William Simpson
(1971-01-20) 20 January 1971 (age 48)
Auckland, New Zealand
Genrescience fiction

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Phillip W. Simpson (b. 1971) is a New Zealand author of primary education books and novels.[1]

Biography[edit | edit source]

Phillip received a Masters' in Archaeology from Auckland University in 1993. His other qualifications include post graduate diplomas in Museum Studies, Teaching (primary), Human Resources management and Education. After a brief stint in the army, he worked as an archaeologist, a museum curator, a recruitment agent and owned a comic shop. He became a primary school teacher in 2002.

His first Young Adult novel, Rapture, was short listed for the Sir Julius Vogel awards in the Best Youth Novel category.[1]

He is represented by Vicki Marsdon at Wordlink Literary agency.

Phillip Simpson is married to Rosemarie Sherlock. They have one son, Jack Sherlock Simpson, born in May, 2011.

Bibliography[edit | edit source]

Young adult novels[edit | edit source]

  • Minotaur (expected publication September, 2015). Month9books.
  • Apocalypse (2013), Pear Jam Books (Book #3, Rapture Trilogy).
  • Tribulation (2012), Pear Jam books (Book #2, Rapture Trilogy).
  • Rapture (2011, Pear Jam Books), Pear Jam books (Book #1, Rapture Trilogy)
  • The Unseen Country (2008), Arete Publishing

Adult novels[edit | edit source]

  • Overdrive (Arete Publishing Limited, 2005), Arete Publishing

Other[edit | edit source]

  • All About Tigers, Raintree UK (2014)
  • Lion Habitats Under Threat, Raintree UK (2014)
  • Big Cats, Raintree UK (2014)
  • How can we Save the Cheetah? Raintree UK (2014)
  • Life Cycle of a Leopard, Raintree UK (2014)
  • City of the Dulucs, Pearson (2014)
  • Save our skate park, Pearson (2014)
  • Choose your own adventure: Medieval madness (2014), Macmillan education
  • Choose your own adventure: Digging with Dingus (2014), Macmillan education
  • Triathlons (in press), Macmillan Education
  • Under the microscope, (in press), Macmillan Education
  • Fiction writing for years 7-8 (2013), Essential Resources
  • Non-fiction writing for years 3-4 (2012), Essential Resources
  • Non-fiction writing for years 5-6 (2012), Essential Resources
  • Non-fiction writing for years 7-8 (2012), Essential Resources
  • Hamsterboy and the agents from SHAC (2012), Macmillan Education
  • Hamsterboy and the Interschool Vegetable-Growing Competition (2012), Macmillan Education
  • Hamsterboy and the case of the missing lunchbox (2011), Macmillan Education
  • Hamsterboy and the trapped kitty (2011), Macmillan Education
  • Hamsterboy origins – the birth of a hero (2011), Macmillan Education
  • School Camp (2011), Pearson
  • Trouble in the Sandpit (2011), Pearson
  • K-9 Spies (2010), Literacy Network, Macmillan Education
  • Tutankhamen (2010), Literacy Network, Macmillan Education
  • Apollo 13 (2010), Literacy Network, Macmillan Education
  • Natural Disasters, (2009), Springboard into Comprehension 4, Macmillan Education
  • The Great Rainbow Hill Council Debate (2009), Springboard into Comprehension 5, Macmillan Education
  • Houdini (2009), Springboard into Comprehension 5, Macmillan Education
  • Springboard Blackline masters teachers notes, levels 9-16 (2008), Macmillan Education
  • Springboard Blackline masters teachers notes, levels 1-8, (2008), Macmillan Education
  • Rogue Robot (2007), Macmillan Education
  • Asteroid Attack (2007), Macmillan Education
  • Slimy Slug Planet (2007), Macmillan Education
  • Jed and the Master Robot (2007), Macmillan Education
  • The Miners and the Morkoth (2007), Macmillan Education
  • Kiwi Bites: The Smallest Trolley Racer (2006), Penguin

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Simpson, Phillip W." bookcouncil.org.nz. Nerw Zealand Book Council. Retrieved 10 May 2019.

External links[edit | edit source]

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