While not a book, you can start with the following article: 10 visualizations every data scientist should know.
I recommend The Visual Display of Quantitative Information by Edward Tufte.
There are a number of options however it depends on how you approach this subject.
If its a design oriented question then 'Visual Display of Quantitative Information' by Tufte is a starter and probably a reference book for good practices.
I personally also found ' Show me the numbers' by Stephen Few and ' The big book of Dashboards ' by Steve Wexler quite good books on the subject.
Hope this helps.
I would recommend Claus O. Wilke's "Fundamentals of Data Visualization" https://serialmentor.com/dataviz/
It comes with all of the R code to generate figures also https://github.com/clauswilke/dataviz
Another great read is David McCandless's "Information is Beautiful" https://www.informationisbeautiful.net/books/
I found this website full of info on how to visualize your data in smart way.
I have heard really great things about Andy Kirk's book Data Visualization.
find the link here: https://www.visualisingdata.com/book/ If anyone has any reviews on that particular title let me know!