Title is pretty self explanatory. All recommendations welcome. Comments and answers which reject the premise of the question will be met with eye rolling.
If I don't see a good enough answer I'll have to write my own book and I'd love not to do this.
Edit: I'm interested in a category theory books which mostly focus on categories and functors which come from undergrad courses (sets, groups, graphs, vector spaces, R-modules, topological spaces, cartesian spaces, the matrix cat) and those which don't really require any serious heavy lifting to consider (posets, the simplex cat, etc). The ultimate book for me would tie lots of ideas together from various courses for the student.