This would work so well for books like Wonder or Candymakers-- students analyze different character's perspectives of the same event within a book and then draw it. Compare and contrast different characters' perspectives within a book!
Some students may benefit from becoming familiar with different points of view prior to interpreting the authors point of view. Here is an interesting way to show this using the Venn diagram on paper plates!
Cool idea from a teacher: "Map of Winnie Foster's world in Tuck Everlasting. Students drew a map documenting key places in the story and then wrote a paragraph for each place explaining its importance to the story.