Dear Kallah. A Practical Guide for the New Bride.


In this informative and extremely practical work, every section is clearly marked deals with a different as- pect of married life. The concepts pre- illustrated with brief, realis- tic examples. At the end of each section, a highlighted message summarizing the main points makes the important les- sented are son easier to remember.

Although this book is addressed to brides-to-be and newlyweds, married women will find many of the principles and examples helpful for them as well. This book will benefit any woman com- mitted to enhancing her marriage and maintaining domestic tranquillity the secret of a happy home life.

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Author: Malka Kaganoff

The engagement period is perhaps one of the busiest times in the life of a Jewish woman. Wedding preparations are time-consuming, and the kallah is also occupied with acquiring what she will need to set up her home. At the same time, she is learning many new halachos. Despite the pressures, how- ever, a kallah cannot neglect the most important preparation of all: prepara- tion for married life There is so much at stake; a solid foundation is vital for a successful bayis ne’eman. In this age of insecure and crumbling marriages it is imperative that each kallah enter marriage with a clear understanding of the Torah’s views on shalom bayis, commitment to work for it throughout her life as well as a As a teacher of kallahs, Mrs. Malka Kaganoff has explored all the Torah lit- erature which pertains to shalom bayis. She has drawn on the wisdom of the Sages and on her experiences as a Reb- betzin to demonstrate how to start a positive note and pleasant atmosphere in which a young marital relation ship bayis ne’eman on a maintain a can thrive.

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