When people think of upper-level books they hardly ever think of books with pictures but things like graphic novels can actually be a great way to help people understand what they are reading while also keeping their attention.
Although there are those that view pictures in books as childish, it doesn't hurt to consider the benefits that visual aid can have when reading something.
When considering things like art in literature poetry or Shakespearean tragedy are usually the first thing on peoples mind. Art isself is a unique catagory that takes many forms whether those forms be colorful and abstract or monochrome and to the point.
As an artist, I can Write a sonnet a ballad a love story or a musical play with little effort but a mind must be behind me. A mind that can correct an understand the deepest meanings of the text as well as being able to ensure everything is without error. We cannot be apart without fault
One obvious benefit of graphic novels is the fact that they're more interesting to read as opposed to your standard book that has nothing but words. This can help people understand what they're reading on a comprehensive level.
When it comes to emotions, art and literature can each evoke something inside of you. By using the technique of show don't tell, graphic novels manage to evoke an emotion with its visuals rather than plainly spelling out what the character or you are supposed to be feeling
Political cartoons are also a way of getting important information to the media by means of attracting their attention. Political cartoons will often show a character that represents a certain side of a debate as an obscured version of themselves or a caricature. This is to get the attention of someone who sees the unusual image and convince them to read what it has to say giving visual art a place in politics.
Art is everywhere and in everything from that unusual building you might see while walking down the street to the design on the label of a soft drink. It isn't just for fancy museums or expensive brands. It can be simple, fun, and easy to understand. All art starts with a pencil