These spreads nicely show three elements which I find interesting about this book.
The first thing that caught my eye, is the fact that the first word of each page is always already written in the bottom right corner of the previous page. This seems to be a help to read the book more fluently without pausing too much whilst looking for the next word.
The second element I noticed is an interesting usage of punctuation, in particular the usage of dots and dashes. Dots are only used at the end of a paragraph, regardless of how long the paragraph is (e.g. Page 26/27). If there is a need for a pause midst paragraph a dash is used.
Lastly I want to point out the decorative drawings. As seen on the third spread, these divide the chapters of the book. The opening of a new chapter is shown with a bigger and more ornamented decorative drawing. The respective end of a chapter is then decorated with a much smaller drawing. These also break up the density of the written text.