I love thinking of toddlers as pointers -- I've used that a few times already at work.
Here's another for your list of pointable books:
The Big Book of Words and Pictures by Ole Konnecke, a Swedish-born artist living in Germany. It's definitely Big: a board book that measures 13 by 10 inches. And it's packed with delightful stuff to point at. It's a sort of toddler version of In the Town All Year 'Round: it feels European in its sweet sensibility, but also in some of its objects. There are more berets in this one than you'd find in an average board book.
A group of charming animals stands in for people in this one, and they're always interacting with each other, sometimes across illustrations. I'm particularly fond of a picture on the first page, which juxtaposes various noise-making objects (wooden spoon, pot, toy trumpet) with a parent trying to sleep (double bed, bedside table).
A page with many flying objects, from satellite to paper airplane, includes a group on the grass watching a kite. Along the edge of the scene are other fliers: wasp, mosquito, grasshopper.
And any book which includes croquet and bocce (well, they call it lawn bowling) in playground activities has got to be a favorite of mine:
The bottom of this page has mini golf, with a lion carefully marking a scorecard while the croquet-playing stork putts.
Here's to almost-summertime, mini golf, and lots of books.