There are many, many possibilities, and one of the biggest challenges a nonfiction writer faces is choosing the most effective one (or combination).
One text structure that I think should get more attention is the circle structure. One of the best known fiction books with a circle structure (as well as a cause and effect structure) is If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Joffe Numeroff and Felicia Bond.
Why is it so popular? Because it's so different, so unsual, and so fun. The clever combination of a cause and effect structure and a circle structure is extremely rare in a fiction title. Nearly all fiction books have a problem-solution text structure.
Circle structures are more common in nonfiction. Some of great examples include:
A Drop of Water by Gordon Morrison