Sometimes the best way to take a look at humans and their foibles is from an inhuman point of view. Stories wholly or partly in the alien POV both take us deeper into the alien mindset and make us work harder to understand, because no one sits around thinking all the explanations for all the ordinary things in their lives.
The first of these is probably Flatland, where the protagonist is a two-dimensional polygonal creature who has the alarming experience of dealing with three-dimensional creatures — and even fourth dimensional.
Classics you are more likely to have read include:
Who Goes There? by John W. Campbell
The Pride of Chanur, Chanur’s Venture, The Kif Strike Back and Chanur’s Homecoming by C. J. Cherryh
The Borrowers, The Borrowers Afield, The Borrowers Afloat, The Borrowers Aloft, and The Borrowers Avenged by Mary Norton
Cuckoo’s Egg by C. J. Cherryh
Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein
The Faded Sun trilogy by C. J. Cherryh: Kesrith, Shon’Jir, and Kutath
Moon of Three Rings and Flight in Yiktor by Andre Norton
The Foreigner series by C . J. Cherryh: