This is practically a new book, for the author has replaced his own 1942 model with a 1947 model- and his enthusiasm is again at fever pitch. He sees home freezing and home storage as the secret of running a home farm economically, at small cost in trouble or cash. He discusses the locker plants -- the cooperatives- and their contribution to community life. His information is based, to some extent, on personal interviews with various owners of freezers, including farm clubs, and the advocates of house-to-house delivery services. He urges serious consideration of the use of freezers in city homes. The material on the history of freezing, is- I suppose- the same as in the original book. Consider this as a handbook for guidance (a) home unit; (b) use of lockers; (c) operation and care of equipment; (d) preparation of foods for home freezing. Lots of contagious enthusiasm throughout.