I didn't want to divert @tassieguy
's thread on another topic, but I wanted to build on @KingstonFineArt
's point that children's books can be art.
Shuan Tan's wordless graphic novel The Arrival is so incredibly powerful and moving. It overwhelmingly captures so many feelings of the complexity, disruption, strangeness, longings, struggles and journey for someone to emigrate.
These are roughly in order but from random parts of the work which doesn't show the vast scope it covers.
Alone in a new world...