Bedford author writes book about education profession

Barnes and Noble announced the release of an education book by Bedford author Dr. Niki Karavasilis, "Shattered Lives."

Meet the author from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Barnes and Noble store in Manchester.

Karavasilis emphasizes in her book that teachers are special people who have the dynamics to mold students’ lives in a way that they can make a difference in the world. Although some troublesome news appears about teachers taking advantage of students for sexual favors, this shouldn’t stigmatize all of the hard-working and dedicated teachers. There are still excellent teachers in the school systems with their main goal in life to help students in order to become worthy citizens and to succeed in life.

"Shattered Lives" is a book about a teacher, Ariana Jarvis, whose love, compassion and commitment to the teaching profession leads her to be the most popular teacher at Bedford High School. She knows what and how to teach, and above all to recognize her students’ weaknesses and strengths. She not only helps her students with their subjects, but also elevates their self-esteem and confidence in order to be successful, as she has done with Mark Sterns, a senior at Bedford High School.

Under Jarvis’ guidance and with the help of the school custodian, Mr. Marvel, Sterns blossoms from a mediocre student to an excellent student. With their help, Sterns is able to liberate himself from his abusive environment and to become assertive and so confident that he becomes a doctor, helping others.

"Shattered Lives" is about a teacher’s love that gives everything to her profession and becomes the envy of others who frame her for a crime that she has never committed. It is a tale of intertwined and shattered lives and of the most powerful natural forces: love, justice, honesty and respect, all of which ultimately conquer evil and jealousy.

Karavasilis, a professor of foreign languages, was born in Greece and was educated in the United States. Fluent in many languages, she taught for 35 years at high school and college levels in Athens, Greece, and at several universities in New England. She was the founder of the workshops in New Hampshire called "In Search of Excellence in Teaching Foreign Languages."

She also is the author of "The Abducted Greek Children of the Communists: Paidomazoma," "Reaching America," "The Whispering Voices of Smyrna" and "The Journey of Hope."

For more information or to contact the author, visit www.
outskirtspress.com/shatteredlives or call 1-888-672-6657.

Bedford author writes book about education profession

Barnes and Noble announced the release of an education book by Bedford author Dr. Niki Karavasilis, "Shattered Lives."

Meet the author from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Barnes and Noble store in Manchester.

Karavasilis emphasizes in her book that teachers are special people who have the dynamics to mold students’ lives in a way that they can make a difference in the world. Although some troublesome news appears about teachers taking advantage of students for sexual favors, this shouldn’t stigmatize all of the hard-working and dedicated teachers. There are still excellent teachers in the school systems with their main goal in life to help students in order to become worthy citizens and to succeed in life.

"Shattered Lives" is a book about a teacher, Ariana Jarvis, whose love, compassion and commitment to the teaching profession leads her to be the most popular teacher at Bedford High School. She knows what and how to teach, and above all to recognize her students’ weaknesses and strengths. She not only helps her students with their subjects, but also elevates their self-esteem and confidence in order to be successful, as she has done with Mark Sterns, a senior at Bedford High School.

Under Jarvis’ guidance and with the help of the school custodian, Mr. Marvel, Sterns blossoms from a mediocre student to an excellent student. With their help, Sterns is able to liberate himself from his abusive environment and to become assertive and so confident that he becomes a doctor, helping others.

"Shattered Lives" is about a teacher’s love that gives everything to her profession and becomes the envy of others who frame her for a crime that she has never committed. It is a tale of intertwined and shattered lives and of the most powerful natural forces: love, justice, honesty and respect, all of which ultimately conquer evil and jealousy.

Karavasilis, a professor of foreign languages, was born in Greece and was educated in the United States.

Fluent in many languages, she taught for 35 years at high school and college levels in Athens, Greece, and at several universities in New England. She was the founder of the workshops in New Hampshire called "In Search of Excellence in Teaching Foreign Languages."

She also is the author of "The Abducted Greek Children of the Communists: Paidomazoma," "Reaching America," "The Whispering Voices of Smyrna" and "The Journey of Hope."

For more information or to contact the author, visit www.
outskirtspress.com/shatteredlives or call 1-888-672-6657.

Bedford author writes book about education profession

Barnes and Noble announced the release of an non-fiction education book by Bedford author Dr. Niki Karavasilis, "Shattered Lives."

Meet the author from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Barnes and Noble store in Manchester.

Karavasilis emphasizes in her book that teachers are special people who have the dynamics to mold students’ lives in a way that they can make a difference in the world. Although some troublesome news appears about teachers taking advantage of students for sexual favors, this shouldn’t stigmatize all of the hard-working and dedicated teachers. There are still excellent teachers in the school systems with their main goal in life to help students in order to become worthy citizens and to succeed in life.

"Shattered Lives" is a book about a teacher, Ariana Jarvis, whose love, compassion and commitment to the teaching profession leads her to be the most popular teacher at Bedford High School. She knows what and how to teach, and above all to recognize her students’ weaknesses and strengths. She not only helps her students with their subjects, but also elevates their self-esteem and confidence in order to be successful, as she has done with Mark Sterns, a senior at Bedford High School.

Under Jarvis’ guidance and with the help of the school custodian, Mr. Marvel, Sterns blossoms from a mediocre student to an excellent student. With their help, Sterns is able to liberate himself from his abusive environment and to become assertive and so confident that he becomes a doctor, helping others.

"Shattered Lives" is a story about a teacher’s love that gives everything to her profession and becomes the envy of others who frame her for a crime that she has never committed. It is a tale of intertwined and shattered lives and of the most powerful natural forces: love, justice, honesty and respect, all of which ultimately conquer evil and jealousy.

Karavasilis, a professor of foreign languages, was born in Greece and was educated in the United States. Fluent in many languages, she taught for 35 years at high school and college levels in Athens, Greece, and at several universities in New England. She was the founder of the workshops in New Hampshire called "In Search of Excellence in Teaching Foreign Languages."

She also is the author of "The Abducted Greek Children of the Communists: Paidomazoma," "Reaching America," "The Whispering Voices of Smyrna" and "The Journey of Hope."

For more information or to contact the author, visit www.outskirtspress.com/shatteredlives or call 1-888-672-6657.