We keep a handful of Analise's books in the living room so she can look at them during the day. The usual routine is that they are all put up nicely, Analise makes her way over to them, takes a look, then systematically pulls them down one by one. Once she has successfully pulled them all down to the ground, she will spend time looking at each one. She turns the pages, points at things, and talks to them. Sometimes she will spend a half an hour at a time with her books on the floor. Once she is done with them, we put them back, so she can do it all over again.
The following picture montage is the progression of what goes on throughout the day with her books.
This is what the books look like first thing in the morning:
Surveying her options for the day:
Carefully examining each one:
The beginning of the 'throw down' in action: