Remembering David Cassidy

Book cover image of "Could It Be Forever?: My Story" by David Cassidy. Credit: Amazon.com

On November 21, 2017, singer and actor David Cassidy passed away. The star is best known for his role as eldest son Keith Partridge in The Partridge Family and will always be associated with the song "I Think I Love You." Here are a few titles featuring Cassidy that are available to San Jose Public Library cardholders.

Could it Be Forever?, coverCould It Be Forever?: My Story

Cassidy's account of the highs and lows of his life as a famous TV star is available for free through LINK+.

I Think I Love You, coverI Think I Love You

This audiobook by Allison Pearson is a work of fiction that recalls Cassidy's teen heartthrob status as a young man. After discovering that she won a contest years ago in which the winner would get to meet David Cassidy, Petra and her friend Sharon decide to head to Las Vegas to do just that. The title is also available in regular or large print or as an OverDrive e-audiobook.

Shirely Jones: A Memoir, coverShirley Jones: A Memoir

Jones played the matriarch of the musical Partridge family, and she discusses her relationships with other members of the cast in her book. Cassidy was her stepson in real life in addition to playing one of her sons on The Partridge Family.

Shut Up & Sing, coverShut Up & Sing

Cassidy was a producer for this film following country group The Dixie Chicks in the three years after their lead singer made a negative comment against then-president George W. Bush in 2003.

Comments

Remember when he played the spoiled brat son of a police chief on Dragnet who turned out to be a drug addict?

I'm still shioked that Suzanne Crough was the first to die

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