My son is almost 2 and loves books. He has free access to about 20 baby/toddler books when he is at home, and often looks through them, carries them around as he plays or requests to be read to. I don't really give him library books as he is still occasionally destructive (usually accidental, I think normal for his age).
Because both parents work full time and we live a generally busy life, I don't have as much time as I would wish to read to him and encourage his love of books. I do spend at least a few minutes a day reading to him, usually re-reading one of his favorites for the hundredth time.
What are some creative (and/or proven) ways to nurture his interest and love of books, and make the most of his limited reading time-- both academically and just in terms of making things fun?