The section on the Wizard's spelbooks reads:
You start with a spellbook [...] The spellbookcontains your choice of 10 arcane cantrips and eight 1st-level arcane spells. [...]
Each time you gain a level, you automatically add two more arcane spells to your spellbook.
This means that when my wizard gets to 2nd level, their spellbook will have 10 cantrips and 10 1st level spells. So far so good.
But a couple paragraphs below, the same section reads:
If you’re creating a higher-level character, it’s usually easiest to assume you always picked new spells of the highest level possible. At an odd-numbered level, this means that in addition to your total of 10 cantrips, your spellbook holds two spells of your highest level and four spells of all lower levels. At an even-numbered level, it means you’d have 10 cantrips and four spells of every level.
...according to this wording, if I create a 2nd level wizard, their spellbook will have 10 cantrips and just 4 1st level spells, which doesn't make a lot of sense as it's less spells than a 1st level wizard.
I guess that the later paragraph could use a bit of copyediting, something like mentioning 10 1st level spells in the spellbook.
On a similar topic, the number of cantrips that a wizard can prepare each day is somewhat hard to find in the current edition of the text. It's mentioned only once at the "Arcane spellcasting" section, but I would really really really appreciate if that information would be repeated at the "Cantrips" section, and at the "wizard spells per day table".