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Can anybody please suggest some good introductory level text books on Graph Theory ?

Preferably those which don't really require a great pre-requisite background on discrete mathematics, but rather serve to build such a background throughout the book.

Thanks in advance!

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There is a question: What are good books to learn graph theory? (Mentioned in gev's comment, too.) But the OP there asks for more advanced books: directed towards a student who has taken most the standard undergraduate courses. –  Martin Sleziak Mar 29 '13 at 7:44

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Bela Bollabas's two books on graph theory are quite good addition to the lists given above.

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