Educators suggest that one way to commemorate this day with children is to use children's literature to explore themes of tolerance and understanding towards others. Many Kane Miller titles open doors into new worlds and unfamiliar experiences for our children. When Ziba Came on a Boat, a powerful, somber yet ultimately hopeful picture book aimed at the elementary-age reader, is a fine example. Reviewer Jen Robinson wrote, "Lofthouse's poetic yet straightforward language, combined with Ingpen's haunting illustrations, make this a non-threatening introduction to the difficult concept of refugees." This is a book for sharing, for discussing and for cherishing.