Abrapalabra is a series of resources aimed at literacy education in Argentinian primary schools. Published by AZ Editora, it features three books and a range of downloadable resources. In 2021, it was announced that Libros para aprender would include the Abrapalabra books.
According to school teachers, each of the books focuses on a single stage of reading-writing education: book 1 on uppercase print letters for initial level (3–5 years old); book 2 on lowercase print letters for first grade (6–7 years old), and book 3 on cursive letters for first or second grade (6–8 years old).
The print letters samples in books 1 and 2 use Gotham, a geometric sans-serif designed by Tobias Frere-Jones and Jesse Ragan. For tracing exercises, the third book uses a customised version the free font Lumen Dots by Luciano Arnold. This round upright cursive has some recognisable features such as long descender loops, and a lower case q with a cross bar that requires a pen lift.