What are some exceptional graph theory books geared explicitly towards real-world applications?
I would be interested in both general books on the subject (essentially surveys of applied graph theory as a discipline) as well as books about specific applications.
One may assume up to a year-ish of graph theoretic background. I am not looking for an introductory graph theory book, nor am I interested in pure graph theory books containing only a few canonical applications (e.g. Bondy & Murty's GTWA). The book should contain as much exposition connecting the mathematics to the real world as possible, as well as exercises and concrete examples related to applications themselves (e.g. "design a traffic network given the following constraints").
Please mention in your answer what the book does well which sets it apart from others, e.g. "Book X has a great section on graph theory in computational geometry."