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A Voyage in the Clouds: The (Mostly) True Story of the First International Flight by Balloon in 1785

What was the first balloon ride over the English Channel?

In the year and a half since the flight of the first manned balloon in 1783, an Italian has flown, a Scot has flown, a woman has flown, even a sheep has flown. But no one has flown from one country to another. John Jeffries, an Englishman, and his pilot, Jean-Pierre Blanchard, a Frenchman, want to be the first. On January 7, 1785, they set out to cross the English Channel to France in a balloon. All seemed to be going fine, until Jeffries decides the balloon looks too fat and adjusts the air valve — how hard could it be?

Too bad he drops the wrench over the side of the aerial car. With no way to adjust the valve, the balloon begins to sink. Jeffries and Blanchard throw as much as they can overboard—until there is nothing left, not even their clothes. Luckily, they come up with a clever (and surprising) solution that saves the day.

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This book is suitable for children over 5 years old.

A humorous, fictional retelling of the first international flight by balloon describes how while Jean-Pierre Blanchard was napping, John Jeffries decided that the balloon was overfilled and released some of its gas, causing the balloon to begin sinking. A voyage in the clouds from Matthew Olshan and Sophie Blackall is a journey that will keep kids laughing the whole way.

Matthew Olshan is author of the critically acclaimed picture book The Mighty Lalouche, also illustrated by Sophie Blackall, as well as the adult novel Marshlands. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

Sophie Blackall is the author and/or illustrator of many acclaimed picture books, including The Baby Tree, and the adult book Missed Connections. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

 


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