Heartwarming: The Moomins
- In Moominsummer Madness, Snufkin briefly becomes the caretaker of twenty-four orphans after he's saved them from a rule-obsessed Park Keeper. While they give him a lot of grief, there is a pretty touching moment when the children (at the prompting of Little My) present him with a gift: A home-made tobacco pouch, filled with "raspberry leaves to smoke on Sundays." He takes it as the kind gesture it is and thanks them warmly.
Moomin: Have you changed to a new brand? Reminds me of raspberry leaves. Is it good?
- At the end of the book, Moomin finds Snufkin fishing and smoking by the river, and notices that the tobacco smoke smells differently than usual:
Snufkin: No. But I smoke it only on Sundays.