Reviews are the cornerstone of a publication’s success and longevity. All marketing kits for manuscripts published by Partners Publishing LLC include pre-press reviews penned by relevant and authoritative persons to maximize the successful of each book launch.
Following are a sampling of reviews for both nonfiction and fiction books published by Partners Publishing LLC.
Mold: The War Within provides an excellent guidebook to patients and others who
suspect they are suffering from mold poisoning.
My second grade class loves following Ruby’s adventures in the Super Bouv series. Ruby emphasizes the importance of the relationship a dog has with its family. The Super Bouv series easily aligns with many common core standards, and the books can be used to “read across the curriculum”. My students can’t wait to hear more from Ruby!
A Must-read for Anyone Exposed to Toxic Mold. The Billings should be
commended on their extensive research and tireless work on this book. Their
contribution to the field of toxic mold poisoning is monumental. This book is very
well written and organized and loaded with important information, so it can be
referenced time and again as those exposed to toxic mold struggle in their journey
back to health.
My students enjoyed the Super Bouv series immensely! Ruby is quite a character and the students loved the way she cared for her owners. It was exciting to learn about service dogs and how they help others live healthier and safer lives. The characters are friendly and loveable and the students can’t wait to read more about the adventures of Ruby.
One excellent resource is the book Mold: The War Within by Kurt and Lee Ann
Billings. The Billings learned the hard way about the damaging health effects of
mold—and the level of ignorance about mold’s effects by the medical profession as
I purchased these books; my grandson and I enjoyed reading them. Wonderful stories!
Mold: The War Within, is an excellent, easy-to-read, eye-opening verification of
the major public health problem we have in this country with mold and mycotoxin
exposure—best illustrated after floods and hurricanes.
The stories in the Super Bouv Series are so adorable that instead of sending the books to my grandchildren, I ordered another set for them and kept the first set for myself!
As a successful classroom teacher for 33 years, I find the Ruby stories full of potential in teaching life-long lessons that are sure to expand even the youngest minds.
Mold: The War Within provides one of the few available maps to guide patients
through the science of mold-related illnesses and a view of both natural and
pharmaceutical treatment options in the field.
As a “victim” of the bureaucracies, ill-informed medical community and confusing, sometimes contradictory, regulations, Kurt and Lee Ann waded through the mire of information and emerged with a clear, comprehensive understanding of the problem and solution. They have unselfishly shared this information through their book
and are probably unaware of the thousands of people they have helped through this
My students love the Super Bouv series! Ruby’s endearing personality and quest for purpose has us rooting for her from the beginning. The books bring awareness to environmental toxins and their danger to well-being. Ruby’s adventures easily align with Common Core lessons on community helpers, the senses, environmental toxins, geography, safety and health. I am eager for Ruby’s further adventures!
The Billings offer an educational process, albeit technical at some points (out of
necessity), that is truly second to none.
Excellent books. I gave them as gifts last year. Beautifully done!
This book will be of value to the lay person who might have just experienced a
mold infestation, because it contains information from scientists who are active in the field and provides some of the latest up-to-date scientific information in the field
of mold. Of further value are explanations, for the novice, of some of the tecniques
on the procedures that mold inspectors use to examine houses for mold.
The style and format of is very “user friendly.” I feel like I am standing in the doorway of the Billings’ home having an enlightening conversation. The multitude of references at the end of each chapter adds a great deal of credibility and turns the book into a collection of readings. The transcripts of the interviews at the end of the book are going to be a great asset to readers.
If there is anything you ever wanted to know about mold, the best book to learn it from is MOLD: The War Within.