Charles Kingsley, « The Water-Babies », Ill. Hugh McNeill & Ron Nielsen, Londres, Once Upon a Time, n° 54, 21 février 1970, p . 2.
He came to a caddis fly larva, a grub which hopes one day to turn into a caddis fly, but protects itself while painting by building itself a coat made of tiny sticks, leaves and shells. Tom had never seen a caddis before, and knocked off the sticks and shells to see what was inside. What a shame ! No wonder the caddis was angry.