Carin Greenberg

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Winner of two Daytime Emmys, two Annie Awards and a Writers Guild Award, as well as seven additional Daytime Emmy nominations, Carin Greenberg (fka Carin Greenberg Baker) is a creator, writer, story editor and producer of children’s entertainment.


She is currently Co-Executive Producer and Story Editor for Tumble Leaf for Amazon Kids as well as developing new animated series for Amazon and other networks. Recent credits include: Co-Creator/writer of Destination Solar System, an immersive, live space adventure currently playing to sold-out audiences at planetaria in Chicago and Denver; Co-Executive Producer/writer of Lately Lily, a pilot for Amazon. Head Writer of Nick Jr's Lalaloopsy.

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Writer of HBO Family special, The Weight of the Nation for Kids: Quiz Ed!, which received a 2013 Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Children’s Television Program; Story Editor/Writer for Disney Jr’s Octonauts; Co-Producer of a live action pilot, The Adventures of Taxi Dog; Co-Creator and Executive Producer of Growing Up Creepie (Daytime Emmy nomination); Supervising Producer of ToddWorld, which she also developed for television (3 Emmy nominations; 2 Humanitas nominations); Executive Story Editor for Dragon Tales, HBO’s Harold and the Purple Crayon (Humanitas nomination) and A Little Curious, 101 Dalmatians: the series (2 Daytime Emmy nominations), Allegra’s Window and Gullah Gullah Island, and Ghostwriter (Writers Guild Award winner). Greenberg has also written episodes for numerous series including Between the Lions (Emmy winner & additional Emmy nomination), Doc McStuffins, Sherriff Callie’s Wild West, Angelina Ballerina, Backyardigans, Bubble Guppies, Wonder Pets, and Dora the Explorer, among many others. Greenberg also scripted three Dragon Tales Live stage shows, which toured the United States. Prior to her work in television, Greenberg authored 26 books for children, including her seven-book Karate Club series for Penguin USA, which sold over 200,000 copies. Carin is a graduate of Yale University with a B.A. in Russian & East European studies.


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