There is a handy handbook on common inorganic substances' properties called "Reactivity of Inorganic Substances" (eds. R. A. Lidin, V. A. Molochko, and L. L. Andreeva). It was originally written in Russian and then translated into English (see the review here). The entries in this handbook go like this (sorry for the Russian, couldn't find the English version):
You see that the compound's name is followed by the brief summary of its physical properties (color, solubility in water), general notes on its stability under ambient atmosphere, and then the list of the chemical reactions which were considered by the authors to be the most important or illustrative for this particular substance.
The question is - are there any reputable handbooks that are similar to this one, with not only the summary of the physical properties, but the summary of possible chemical reactions as well, or is this book one-of-a-kind?