Not bad, not bad at all. Very precise and informative (maybe work on some grammar).
There is one small thing I want to bring up though.
Now you don't want to mistake in that seeing how I read books I couldn't figure out how it resemble seeing how I read a book called, "To kill a mocking bird" yet it never talking about a mocking bird or anything that related to it.
Actually, it did talk about a mockingbird. The kids talk about atticus giving them air rifles, and that he said he'd prefer them to shoot tin cans, or kill blue jays. He then says it's a sin to kill a mockingbird. The reason he says that is because, as miss maudie explains, mockingbirds just want to bring us joy with their songs, and it would be cruel and unusual to kill them. Tom robinson could be called the mockingbird of the book. It was cruel and unusual to prosecute and kill him, seeing as he did nothing wrong at all. (It could also probably be applied to boo, but the idea was meant for Tom)
I'm not pointing this out to be anal. I'm just saying that it would be a good teaching tool for title making. Maybe you don't want to make your title refer to something that happens in a story, but instead have it refer to the main jist of the whole thing.