I just took the kids outside to watch the International Space Station fly overhead. It was visible for about five minutes, and at its brightest I thought I could see some details (the solar panels?), but it was mostly just a bright dot. It rose from the southwest, went by almost overhead, and disappeared to the northeast.
As soon as we came back inside, my wife presented us with a book, The Amazing International Space Station, and now Peter is excitedly reading it aloud to Carolyn at the dinner table.
I got the tracking information from heavens-above.com.