I've been studying combinatorics for some time from a contest-prep perspective. The books I have more-or-less gone through are Principles and Techniques in Combinatorics and A Walk Through in Combinatorics (very slightly read). What I'd like to know is that are there more books on Combinatorics with numerous problems and proper, clear explanations. I went through a book on Combinatorics by Mladenovic--Its coverage of topics was great, with Burnside Lemma, Graph Theory, etc. However, the book escalated very quickly with complex explanations for even simple solutions that I knew.
So, tl;dr: please suggest books on Combinatorics that are informal in their tone, that delve into Combinatorics deeply with a hell lotta practice problems of ALL difficulties.
I don't want to be stuck on an impossible problem, but rather learn concepts nice and easy. Also, some difficult problems every now and then would be good too.
Thanks a ton!
P.S.: I read Combinatorics by Vilenkin and I liked the approach through real life examples. Would like something like it. Or is it good enough for contests?
Edit: I've already checked AoPS recommendations, previously as well. All I want are your personal opinions, kindly. (Any Math Olympians here? And enthusiasts?)