SUMMIT, NJ - Hilltop City resident Laura Steele has published "Mommy Do Dinosaurs Have Belly Buttons?," a fresh, child-orientated look into human and dinosaur development. Children have a natural affinity for dinosaurs and are interested to learn where they came from. The book combines the two in a fun and entertaining way.

The story -- told by a mother to her son -- is based on a new discovery about dinosaur embryos done by a Canadian Paleontologist, Dr. Robert Reisz, Vice Dean Graduate, Distinguished Professor of Paleontology, Department of Biology, at the University of Toronto Mississauga.
Steele sent a copy of the book to Reisz who relayed that, "I read it together with my precocious 5 year-old grandson."
Currently being sold world-wide in more than 40 countries, "Mommy Do Dinosaurs Have Belly Buttons?" features illustrations by Alissa Mendenhall, and is available on Amazon ($9.99) for Kindle ($2.99), and at or
Steele, MA, CHES, is a Certified Health Education Specialist with over twenty year experience in Public Health and a master’s degree from New York University's School of Education, Professional Program in Health, Human Sexuality, Marriage and Family Life Education.