February 15, 2013

Tobacco, Snuff, and Grog

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There are things you don’t find in children’s books written in the last few years.  First, a passage from the book I just finished reading to my kids, Arthur Catherall’s Ten Fathoms Deep, an exciting story about a salvage tug boat off the shores of Singapore in the 1940s or so:

“Hudson rolled a cigarette.  One thing he had forgotten when he had returned to Singapore was to get in a further supply of cheroots, so he was reduced to smoking native tobacco, and making his own cigarettes” (p. 135).

Second, a page from the great Edward Ardizzone’s Little Tim and the Brave Sea Captain:

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Posted by John Barach @ 11:07 am | Discuss (3)