Check out a book titled "Toddler Play (Gymboree) by Wendy Masi. It has all kinds of great games and ideas for playtime. Depending on where you live, you might also want to check out places like Gymboree, or The Little Gym etc.
My kids love puppets. Instead of just reading a book to them, I'd find a fitting puppet from our big collection of hand puppets and using made-up funny voices, would make the "puppet" narrate or act out parts from the stories. Our kids just howl and love it. The book they still make me read over and over again is "Martha Speaks" by Susan Meddaugh.
It's a story about a dog who speaks like a human after eating a bowl of alphabet soup. Sometimes I use a puppet with a very funny girl-dog voice. Other times I've done a little ventriliquist action and made our yellow lab Mike play the part of Martha. (Okay-Okay you probably think that's a little odd, but the kids can't get enough I tell you. That alone makes the wackiness worth it.) You can even use things like old socks, old men's ties, paper bags and more to make your own puppets if you don't want to spend alot of money on the trademark characters, or store-quality variety.
Buy a big roll of newsprint paper and let her scribble endless doodles. Introduce her to finger paints, crayons (jumbo ones and be sure to watch for broken pieces) playdough or clay, sand (like in a sanbox) water, different textures like pasta pieces in a big bowl (once again watch for small pieces--perhaps use cooked pasta if she's really curious), gritty sandpaper. Kids love being tactile at this age, and love textures. Just use alot of imagination. You can make just about any mundane thing around the house fun and exciting for kids of all ages.