I'm currently attending a somewhat disorganized seminar on combinatorics that follows no textbook. So far we have covered the orbit-stabilizer theorem, some recursion, and we're heading into the Möbius inversion formula.
Can anyone suggest a text that approaches combinatorics at this level for a 2nd-3rd year undergrad who already knows some algebra and the more basic combinatorics like combinations, permutations, stars-and-bars, generating functions? Most introductory combinatorics books I've found are more suited to a discrete math class and cover stuff which I already know. I'm looking for something to supplement this lecture. Thank you.